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Anchorage rated satisfactory in Veterans Affairs audit

Anchorage rated satisfactory in Veterans Affairs auditNinety-nine percent of veterans seeking medical appointments from the Anchorage VA are seen within 30 days.

Coast Guard Sector Juneau gets new leadership

Coast Guard Sector Juneau gets new leadershipCapt. Shannan Greene took over for Capt. Scott Bornemann at a ceremony Friday at Centennial Hall

Bergdahl release ignites political controversy

Bergdahl release ignites political controversyFormer Fort Richardson soldier Bowe Bergdahl was released over the weekend from nearly five years in captivity in Afghanistan.

Begich speaks on VA care in Alaska

Begich speaks on VA care in AlaskaBegich said officials from the top down will be held accountable when Shenseki’s VA report comes out.

Juneau observes Memorial Day

Juneau observes Memorial DayJuneau held three services to commemorate those who made ultimate sacrifice

Juneau Memorial Day Observances

Juneau Memorial Day ObservancesTwo observances are scheduled in Juneau for Memorial Day

Boating deaths down in Alaska, nationwide

Boating deaths down in Alaska, nationwideThe U.S. Coast Guard says boating fatalities are down in Alaska and nationwide.

Investigators find no cover-up at Alaska National Guard

Investigators find no cover-up at Alaska National GuardAn Army Inspector General found no fault with how the Alaska National Guard handled reports of sexual assault and harassment.

Pentagon plans to dismantle HAARP before winter

Pentagon plans to dismantle HAARP before winterPentagon officials said at a U.S. Senate hearing Wednesday they hope to take down the project in Gakona known as HAARP before winter sets in.

Arctic may not be that busy, report says

Arctic may not be that busy, report saysA recent government report suggests less ice may not mean more ships in the Arctic.