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Alaska VA listening session in Juneau tonight

Alaska VA listening session in Juneau tonight"We do bring other people here to actually sit there and work out individual veteran’s concerns and resolve any challenges that they might have," Susan Yeager said.

Murkowski questions differing National Guard investigation results

Murkowski questions differing National Guard investigation resultsTwo different Pentagon agencies investigated the Alaska National Guard for allegedly mishandling sexual assault complaints. They came to opposite conclusions, and U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski wants to know why.

After Parnell concession, Walker transition formally begins

After Parnell concession, Walker transition formally beginsThe concession came without ceremony. There was no press conference from the defeated Republican incumbent, Sean Parnell.

Expect another big pink salmon catch for Southeast in 2015

Expect another big pink salmon catch for Southeast in 2015Fish and Game estimates the region’s catch in 2015 could hit 58 million pinks and is forecast to fall somewhere between 37 and 79 million humpies.

Virus suspected in sea star wasting disease epidemic

Virus suspected in sea star wasting disease epidemicIf you’re a starfish in the Pacific, sea star wasting disease is pretty much your zombie apocalypse. The first symptom is arm curling.

Marijuana entrepreneurs face special business burdens

Marijuana entrepreneurs face special business burdensWhile the state figures out how to regulate marijuana commerce, several federal laws sit as roadblocks to the business of cannabis.

The lights are back on in Tuluksak

The community of more than 400 located upriver from Bethel lost power earlier this month.

Begich concedes Senate race to Sullivan

Begich concedes Senate race to SullivanBegich called Sullivan to congratulate him Monday. He said he urged Sullivan "to adopt a bipartisan resolve in the Senate."

Repatriated Wrangell clan hat arrives in Juneau

Repatriated Wrangell clan hat arrives in JuneauThe Khaach.ádi clan of Wrangell signed a repatriation claim in 2008 to get the hat back from a museum in California.

Smooth launch for Healthcare.gov in Alaska

The company said it had signed up 40 people on Saturday- the first day the site was live- with no apparent problems.