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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.

U.S. Senate candidates spar over resource development

U.S. Senate candidates spar over resource developmentU.S. Senate candidates Mark Begich and Dan Sullivan sparred Thursday over who can better move Washington to bring more resource development to Alaska.

2 cited for wasting deer, ducks in Juneau

2 cited for wasting deer, ducks in JuneauThe Coast Guard says it will take additional steps to teach personnel about local hunting laws after two petty officers were issued citations for wasting game.

Wrangell doctor indicted on child porn charges

Wrangell doctor indicted on child porn chargesA federal grand jury indicted a Wrangell doctor Wednesday on child porn charges.

Alaska Public Media, ADN reach agreement with state over public records request

Alaska Public Media, ADN reach agreement with state over public records requestAlaska Public Media and the Alaska Dispatch News have reached an agreement with the state of Alaska in their lawsuit to obtain records related to the Alaska National Guard scandal.

Alcohol advertising near AFN prompts complaints

Alcohol advertising near AFN prompts complaintsFostering healthy communities has been a regular theme of the Alaska Federation of Natives annual convention.

Alaska files appeal of gay marriage ruling

The state has asked to have an 11-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court review a lower court ruling that struck down Alaska's gay marriage ban.

In snub to successor, Palin endorses Walker

In snub to successor, Palin endorses WalkerWhen Sarah Palin stepped down as governor in 2009, she handed the reins to Republican Sean Parnell. Five years later, she’s working against his reelection.

More Juneau police to be out on Halloween

More Juneau police to be out on HalloweenJuneau police plan to have an additional nine officers working on Halloween.

Wasilla principal says Congressman Young offended grieving school

Wasilla principal says Congressman Young offended grieving schoolThe principal of Wasilla High School says Congressman Don Young offended her students at a school assembly yesterday.