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City of Sitka turns recycling over to private firm

The city of Sitka has turned over its recycling operations to a private company.

UAA Receives Grant For FASD Prevention Work

UAA Receives Grant For FASD Prevention WorkThe University of Alaska Anchorage now has funding to research FASD.

Increased enrollment forces Ketchikan to make last-minute hire

Ketchikan school enrollment has increased each year since 2010. This year, that’s caused problems for two elementary schools.

Fuel spill near Kodiak traced to federal research ship

Fuel spill near Kodiak traced to federal research shipA fuel spill in Kodiak Island's Womens Bay has been traced to a NOAA research ship.

Union reps assail settlement touted by Sullivan

Union reps assail settlement touted by SullivanUnion representatives say former Alaska attorney general Dan Sullivan dropped the ball in settling a professional malpractice lawsuit.

Both sides of marijuana issue meet at forum

Both sides of marijuana issue meet at forumBoth sides of the marijuana debate met at a Fairbanks forum to debate legalization.

Juneau police kill wounded Douglas Island bear

Juneau police kill wounded Douglas Island bearA black bear shot and wounded in Juneau was killed by a police officer.

Parnell spokeswoman defends insurance rate review process

Parnell spokeswoman Sharon Leighow said the state's review process was determined to be "fully adequate" by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Board of Regents rescinds President Gamble’s retention bonus at his request

Board of Regents rescinds President Gamble’s retention bonus at his requestThe University of Alaska Board of Regents Monday voted Monday to rescind President Pat Gamble’s $320,000 retention bonus by a 9-1 vote.

Two face felonies for basement pot operation

Two face felonies for basement pot operationTwo Ketchikan men appeared in court Tuesday to face felony drug charges.