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6.1 quake hits Southcentral

A 6.1 earthquake rocked Southcentral Alaska shortly before 10 o'clock this morning.

Spokesman: NRA won’t endorse in Alaska Senate race

Spokesman: NRA won’t endorse in Alaska Senate raceThe National Rifle Association doesn't plan to endorse in Alaska's U.S. Senate race.

Marijuana forum turns contentious

Marijuana forum turns contentiousThe debate over whether voters should legalize marijuana turned contentious Tuesday when a state-run hearing on the ballot initiative was held in Anchorage.

Pilot program helps Bethel farm ship produce to Cordova schools

Pilot program helps Bethel farm ship produce to Cordova schoolsMeyers Farm in Bethel recently shipped about 500 pounds of vegetables to the Cordova School District. The order was made possible through a program that reimburses Alaska school districts that buy food grown in state.

Anchorage Assembly delays decision on Chugach Access Plan

After more than 40 people testified before the Anchorage Assembly, the body voted to postpone making a decision on the Chugach State Park Access Plan.

No one hurt during tour boat grounding

Coast Guard dispatched to help 34-foot Voyager at Little Island

Petersburg considers changes to senior sales tax exemption

Petersburg considers changes to senior sales tax exemptionFour measures on the Oct. 7 ballot could change Petersburg's senior citizen sales-tax exemption

Murkowski backs Sullivan in TV spot

Murkowski backs Sullivan in TV spotU.S. Senate candidate Dan Sullivan has a new campaign ad featuring the person he hopes to call a colleague: Sen. Lisa Murkowski.

Senate candidates vie for rural support

Senate candidates vie for rural supportThis year’s U.S. Senate race in Alaska is shattering records for spending, with millions in outside dollars directed mostly toward TV ads.

NRA political arm endorses Parnell for governor

NRA political arm endorses Parnell for governorThe political arm of the National Rifle Association has endorsed Republican Gov. Sean Parnell for re-election.