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Alaska Station Sets Dubious Record: Most Senate Campaign Ads

Alaska Station Sets Dubious Record: Most Senate Campaign AdsThe Center for Public Integrity calculates that KTUU TV in Anchorage ran more U.S. Senate ads this cycle than any other television station in the country — 12,300 in all.

Ferry system limits solo travel by kids, teenagers

Ferry system limits solo travel by kids, teenagersThe Alaska Marine Highway System will no longer allow children and teenagers under 18 to travel solo

Comment period extended for Juneau Access

The period to comment on the most recent environmental document on the project has been extended an extra 15 days.

After A Resounding GOP Victory, 6 Tidbits That Tell The Story

After A Resounding GOP Victory, 6 Tidbits That Tell The StoryThe big headline from last night's midterm elections is that Republicans walloped the Democrats, cashing in on enormous discontent about the state of the country to pick up seven Senate seats and wrest control of the chamber.

Knowns and unknowns among counted ballots

Knowns and unknowns among counted ballotsWith a few candidates up and down the ticket unsure whether they won or lost, a lot of Alaskans are looking to the thousands of ballots that remain uncounted.

Alaska voters legalize marijuana

Alaska voters legalize marijuanaThe measure makes legal the production, sale and use of marijuana for Alaskans over 21 years old. Washington DC and Oregon approved similar measures.

Officials, public criticize another Capital Transit bus plan

Officials, public criticize another Capital Transit bus planChanges include eliminating service into the downtown core and onto the University of Alaska Southeast campus.

Southeast votes for Begich, Walker, Dunbar

Southeast votes for Begich, Walker, DunbarSen. Mark Begich would be headed back to Washington, D.C., had the rest of the state voted like Southeast. And Bill Walker would have solidly won the governor’s race.

Analysis: Juneau voters break for Democrats, back initiatives

Analysis: Juneau voters break for Democrats, back initiativesJuneau voters went against the national and statewide Republican trend Tuesday

Sullivan leads Begich by 8,000 votes

Sullivan leads Begich by 8,000 votesAlaska appears to have followed the national trend and elected a Republican to the U.S. Senate.