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Feds want ferry grants back from Mat-Su borough

Feds want ferry grants back from Mat-Su boroughThe FTA is asking for its money back after the Mat-Su Borough's failed to complete its plan for a Knik Arm ferry.

EPA plans Alaska meetings on proposed restrictions

EPA plans Alaska meetings on proposed restrictionsThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is hosting public meetings in Alaska on proposed restrictions for development of the Pebble Mine.

Eielson a frontrunner to house F-35 fighters

Eielson a frontrunner to house F-35 fightersEielson Air Force Base is the only candidate selected to house two squadrons of F-35 fighter planes.

Coast Guard mulls downsizing Kodiak station

Coast Guard mulls downsizing Kodiak stationThe Coast Guard is considering a proposal to downsize its Kodiak communications station.

Federal data outlines spending in Alaska, Hawaii

Federal data outlines spending in Alaska, HawaiiResidents in Alaska and Hawaii probably always felt they paid more for their food, and now data from the government proves that's true.

Treadwell, Sullivan assail each other’s ties to Lower 48 companies

Treadwell, Sullivan assail each other’s ties to Lower 48 companiesLast week, Dan Sullivan sent mailers to Alaska voters alleging Mead Treadwell benefitted financially from the Obama stimulus package.

NARA records now safe in SLAM

NARA records now safe in SLAMAfter shuttering of Anchorage federal facility, Alaska Railroad and Territorial Court documents now in state possession.

Conservationists line up for Izembek lawsuit

Conservationists line up for Izembek lawsuitEight conservation organizations are joining Interior Secretary Sally Jewell in a federal lawsuit over Izembek Refuge.

Saxman files lawsuit over nonrural status

Saxman files lawsuit over nonrural statusThe Organized Village of Saxman filed a lawsuit July 25 in federal court over the Federal Subsistence Board’s 2007 decision to designate the Tlingit Native village as non-rural.

Spokesman: 5 immigrant children sent to Alaska

A spokesman for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says five unaccompanied immigrant children have been sent to Alaska.