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Fairbanks Diocese: Priest held on child porn charges was screened

A Fairbanks Catholic priest accused of trying to produce child pornography underwent a two-stage screening process as part of his hiring and ordination.

USDA makes high tunnels a standard Alaska program

Alaska's success with federally funded high tunnels for extending growing seasons is being recognized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

State begins releasing National Guard documents

State begins releasing National Guard documentsThe Department of Law has let out a trickle of state documents concerning the National Guard, in response to a lawsuit filed by Alaska Public Media and the Alaska Dispatch News.

Massive ground game underway in senate race

Massive ground game underway in senate raceBetween the candidate campaigns and Outside groups, nearly $52 million has been spent to try to influence your vote in the U.S. Senate race.

Anchorage School District, military take steps toward lifting recruiter ban

Anchorage School District, military take steps toward lifting recruiter banThe Anchorage School District and military recruiters met Monday to discuss the steps that need to be taken in order for recruiters to be allowed back on school campuses.

Marijuana measures In Oregon, Alaska reflect lessons learned In Washington

Marijuana measures In Oregon, Alaska reflect lessons learned In WashingtonAlaska isn’t the only state considering whether to legalize and regulate recreational marijuana. In the Pacific Northwest, Oregon also has the question on the ballot.

Mass die offs of Sitka sea stars reported

Mass die offs of Sitka sea stars reportedA trip to the coast usually means you’re going to see sea stars, but a mysterious disease is killing them along the West Coast.

Bethel food pantry struggles to open

The Bethel Food Pantry is having trouble getting enough food to open. They usually open in August or September according to officials, but this year they won’t open until November.

Young apologizes for suicide remarks; is warmly received at AFN

Young apologizes for suicide remarks; is warmly received at AFNAlaska Congressman Don Young angered many of his constituents this week with remarks about suicide at Wasilla High that he later acknowledged were insensitive.

Parnell, Walker trade barbs during debate

Parnell, Walker trade barbs during debateGov. Sean Parnell and independent candidate Bill Walker traded barbs during a televised debate late Sunday.