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Fish and Game says it could absorb CFEC

Fish and Game says it could absorb CFEC"The department believes that we could make this work without service degradation to commercial fishermen," says ADF&G's Kevin Brooks.

Young introduces bill to reauthorize Magnuson-Stevens Act

Young introduces bill to reauthorize Magnuson-Stevens ActAlaska Congressman Don Young has introduced a bill to reauthorize the Magnuson-Stevens Act, the nation’s primary law governing fishing in federal waters.

New Alaska National Guard commander to take helm

New Alaska National Guard commander to take helmCol. Joseph Streff will take over from Brig. Gen. Mike Bridges at a ceremony beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday.

Interim Southeast DOT chief based in Anchorage

Interim Southeast DOT chief based in AnchorageA Department of Transportation insider is the interim manager of the agency’s division overseeing Southeast Alaska.

Tlingit and Haida receives grant for efficiency upgrades

Tlingit and Haida receives grant for efficiency upgradesSoutheast Alaska’s largest tribal organization is getting $500,000 from the federal government to make energy efficiency upgrades to its Juneau headquarters.

Money assigned to Juneau road, Knik Arm being redirected

Money assigned to Juneau road, Knik Arm being redirectedJeff Ottesen, the department's director of program development, said the money wasn't specifically earmarked for Knik Arm and Juneau access projects.

Support for Daylight Saving bill falls back

Support for Daylight Saving bill falls backAfter sailing through the Senate, a bill to exempt Alaska from daylight saving time has lost momentum in the House.

Walker wants agencies to review cybersecurity

Walker wants agencies to review cybersecurityThis comes after Premera Blue Cross announced it had discovered an attack on its system in which consumer data such as Social Security numbers and bank account information may have been accessed.

Pentagon prodded to study Native contracting reform

Alaska’s Congressional delegation and a dozen other lawmakers are asking the Defense secretary to study how contracting reform has hurt Alaska Native corporations and tribally owned businesses.

Army investigating Stryker Brigade for allegations of racist behavior

Army investigators are looking into a Stryker Brigade soldier’s allegations of racist behavior by some members of his unit. A U.S.