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Alaska court task force will look at elder abuse

An Alaska Court System task force will examine the state's handling of abuse and neglect of the elderly.

Maverick red aspens in a world of gold

Maverick red aspens in a world of goldWill Lentz, a reader from Fairbanks, asks a question that flares every fall: why do some aspens turn red?

Official: Moda won’t extend some Alaska policies

Health insurer Moda will not extend past this year policies that are out of compliance with President Barack Obama's signature health care law.

Walker plans to live in Juneau, if elected

Walker plans to live in Juneau, if electedHe says his "strong preference" would be for commissioners to be based there, too.

Statistics show downward trend in Alaska drug arrests

Statistics show downward trend in Alaska drug arrestsArrest totals in Alaska appear to be going down.

Alaska Delegation Critical Of President’s ISIS Plan

On Capitol Hill, the reaction was split, and not just along party lines. Both of Alaska’s senators were critical of the president’s plan.

National Guard sexual assault survivor speaks out

A survivor of sexual assault in the military stepped forward Thursday at the urging of an Anchorage women’s political action group.

Sheraton workers continue rallying for contracts

Sheraton workers continue rallying for contractsLabor organizers say they’re ramping up the protest against the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Anchorage.

Extra-tropical system makes way up Alaska’s southwest coast

Extra-tropical system makes way up Alaska’s southwest coastAs of Thursday afternoon, the system was gaining intensity near the Western Aleutians.

Tiles and Fire is about community art, access and collaboration

Tiles and Fire is about community art, access and collaborationThe Canvas’s Brandon Howard and Kathryn Kell were on a Juneau Afternoon on Thursday and spoke about the Tiles and Fire community art project.