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Remains of 17 servicemen identified from 1952 crash on Colony Glacier

Remains of 17 servicemen identified from 1952 crash on Colony GlacierThe remains of 17 service members who died in a 1952 plane crash near Mount Gannett have been identified by the Department of Defense.

Juneau airport gets second scanner for checked baggage

Juneau airport gets second scanner for checked baggageTSA and Juneau airport officials hope the recently expanded baggage screening system will reduce airline departure delays

Anxiety and threats on the Kuskokwim as first salmon gillnet openings near

Anxiety and threats on the Kuskokwim as first salmon gillnet openings nearFour weeks into salmon fishing restrictions, the atmosphere along the Kuskokwim River is tense.

Obama administration shines spotlight on oceans

Obama administration shines spotlight on oceansPresident Obama announced he intends to vastly expand the Pacific Remote Islands marine sanctuary, putting a swath of the south-central Pacific off-limits to fishing and energy development.

Alaska to get more payment in lieu of taxes this year

Alaska to get more payment in lieu of taxes this yearFederal payment-in-lieu-of-taxes to Alaska will total $28.5 million in FY 2014

One year after Galena flood, rebuilding effort underway

One year after Galena flood, rebuilding effort underwayThe 470-person village of Galena is still recovering from a catastrophic flood last year, when the break-up of an ice jam caused the Yukon River to overflow.

Begich painted as soft on VA scandal

Begich painted as soft on VA scandalAlleging a senator is indifferent to vets is serious anywhere. Even more so in Alaska, which has the highest number of vets per capita.

Health care broker Enroll Alaska scales back

Health care broker Enroll Alaska scales backEnroll Alaska launched last year with plans to help tens of thousands Alaskans sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

Groups seek decision on status of Southeast wolves

Groups seek decision on status of Southeast wolvesConservation groups filed a lawsuit Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Washington D.C. seeking a decision on the status of wolf populations in Southeast Alaska.

Report says 12,000 Alaskans without reliable access to health care

Report says 12,000 Alaskans without reliable access to health careA report is out this week and it shows 12,000 Alaskans have no reliable access to health care, particularly specialty care.