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UAF injections probe may include ex-students

A UAF investigation of its medical assistant program has found that students may have been practicing injections with an unauthorized solution as far back as 2010.

HAARP research facility to shut down

HAARP research facility to shut down

News of HAARP’s imminent shut-down has alarmed the scientific community.

Energy Department seeks methane hydrate proposals

Energy Department seeks methane hydrate proposals

The Department of Energy is looking for research proposals that could advance what’s known about methane hydrates, a potential new source of fossil fuel.

Senate passes proposed amendment on student loans

Senate passes proposed amendment on student loans

The Alaska Senate has passed a proposed constitutional amendment aimed at helping lower the cost of student loans.

Senate unanimously passes Erin’s Law

Senate unanimously passes Erin’s Law

The Alaska Senate has unanimously passed legislation aimed at sexual assault awareness and prevention programs in schools.

The Overby Family Band in the studio

The Overby Family Band in the studio

In addition to life and music in Alaska, they spoke about their involvement with three different band configurations including the Overby Family Band, Spirit of the Red City, and Ode to the Roddes.

Final vote on abortion bill delayed after divisive amendment process

Final vote on abortion bill delayed after divisive amendment process

The Alaska State House opened debate on a bill putting limits on state Medicaid payments for abortions on Thursday, only to shelve it and delay a final vote to Sunday.

Summer comes early in the far north

Summer comes early in the far north

A worker at the Toolik Field Station research camp in blue-white hills north of the Brooks Range has proclaimed this the first day of summer.

Coast Guard schedules Alaska change of command

Coast Guard schedules Alaska change of command

Rear Adm. Thomas Ostebo on June 12 will transfer authority to Rear Adm. Daniel Abel at a ceremony in Juneau.

Bill would allow landlords to garnish PFDs

Bill would allow landlords to garnish PFDs

A bill that would allow landlords to garnish tenants’ Permanent Fund dividends to pay for repairs is headed for a full House vote.