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Wasilla man accused of striking troopers with car

Alaska State Troopers say a 26-year-old Wasilla man has been arrested after he struck two troopers with his vehicle.

Contra Dancing: A Folk Fest Tradition

Contra Dancing: A Folk Fest Tradition

Know what was hip in Juneau during the late eighties? I’ll give you a hint, it wasn’t the mash potato.

Microphones cut during senate hearing on oil production

Microphones cut during senate hearing on oil production

The Senate Resources Chair cut off microphones when the Minority Leader attempted to explain why industry experts should be required to testify under oath.

The Barfly’s guide to Folk Fest

The Barfly’s guide to Folk Fest

When the last band ends at Centennial at 10:00 p.m., the music starts at numerous bars downtown. Here’s a guide to nightlife spots in the Capital City.

Letter calls on SEAPA, assemblies to “cease and desist”

Letter calls on SEAPA, assemblies to “cease and desist”

The Wrangell Borough Assembly voted to postpone discussion of a letter that questions how the transfer of the Tyee Hydroelectric Facility has been handled.

Sponsor of Judicial Council amendment set on getting floor debate

Sponsor of Judicial Council amendment set on getting floor debate

The sponsor of an amendment to reconfigure the Judicial Council says he wants a vote on the bill, even if the outcome is not guaranteed to be favorable.

State suspends funding for new Anchorage tennis complex

State suspends funding for new Anchorage tennis complex

The State is looking into the legality of using money earmarked for building repairs to construct a new tennis complex in Anchorage.

Fairbanks school board places superintendent on leave

Fairbanks school board places superintendent on leave

The Fairbanks North Star School Board has placed its superintendent on administrative leave.

UAF investigates improper injections by students

University of Alaska Fairbanks officials are reviewing procedures after students in a medical assistant program were told to inject each other with a solution not approved for human use.

Update: Two dead in plane crash outside Bethel

The bodies of two pilots have been found in the wreckage of a small commercial plane that crashed near Bethel on Tuesday.