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Ahtna goes to Congress for role in game management

Ahtna goes to Congress for role in game management

Ahtna Inc. presented a proposal for co-management of game to a U.S. House panel.

While FDA Mulls Genetically Modified Salmon, Supermarkets Back Away

While FDA Mulls Genetically Modified Salmon, Supermarkets Back Away

The head of the FDA told a U.S. Senate committee today her agency is still working on its review of an application to produce a genetically modified salmon.

For self-employed Alaskans, Affordable Care Act makes a difference

For some commercial fishermen and others who are self-employed, what they’ve found has been a pleasant surprise.

Arctic is top priority for Homeland Security – but one of many

Arctic is top priority for Homeland Security – but one of many

Sen. Lisa Murkowski is asking the Secretary of Homeland Security to make the Arctic a priority for the Administration

Slideshow: Robert Boochever U.S. Courthouse dedication

Slideshow: Robert Boochever U.S. Courthouse dedication

March 3rd event honored longtime Juneau attorney and jurist

Low income Alaskans fall through Medicaid “donut hole”

Nearly 30,000 Alaskans are left without options when it comes to health insurance.

Herron asks legislature to support Izembek Road campaign

Herron asks legislature to support Izembek Road campaign

Alaska’s legislature is still searching for ways to connect King Cove and Cold Bay by building a road through a federal wildlife refuge.

Alaska Senate committee supports Native American veterans memorial

Alaska Senate committee supports Native American veterans memorial

Plans are being made to build the American Indian Veterans Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

Mendenhall Glacier inspires awe, demands respect

Mendenhall Glacier inspires awe, demands respect

Visitors are urged to be cautious and be prepared when on lake ice, approaching glacier, or entering ice cave

Five nations tentatively agree to arctic fishing ban

Five nations tentatively agree to arctic fishing ban

The United States and four other Arctic nations have tentatively agreed to prevent commercial fishing in the high Arctic.