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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.

Is someone poisoning Sitka bears?

Is someone poisoning Sitka bears?Someone appears to be poisoning bears near Sitka’s Sawmill Creek Road. A young male found dead last week may be the latest victim.

Walker welcomes Palin’s backing in governor’s race

Walker welcomes Palin’s backing in governor’s raceIndependent gubernatorial candidate Bill Walker says he welcomes Sarah Palin's endorsement.

Ketchikan Shellfish Festival scheduled for Tuesday

Ketchikan Shellfish Festival scheduled for TuesdayKetchikan's Shellfish Festival will feature locally harvested seafood when it takes place next week.

Ex-Fairbanks priest indicted for child pornography

A former Fairbanks priest has been indicted for allegedly attempting to produce child pornography.

A cool idea for locking up carbon dioxide

A cool idea for locking up carbon dioxideJim Beget spends much of his time digging for clues from long ago, like when a volcanic island might have collapsed into the sea, sending giant waves to distant shores.

Intoxicated late-night boater rescued in Gastineau Channel

Juneau Police and Coast Guard coordinate in Friday morning effort

Thief ruins father-son car repair project

“Someone stole the door off the pickup the two had been fixing," says Lt. Kris Sell of the Juneau Police Department.