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Tea party group cuts ad for Sullivan

Tea party group cuts ad for SullivanA national tea party group is endorsing Republican Dan Sullivan in Alaska's U.S. Senate race.

Crash stops driver fleeing from police

Jose Angel Muñoz, 42, charged with three additional felonies and two misdemeanors

Alleged shoplifter caught after running in front of police vehicles

Berton Atlas Tullis charged with larceny after allegedly running out of Walmart with 42" flatscreen TV over his head

Juneau School Board picks Phyllis Carlson as new president

Juneau School Board picks Phyllis Carlson as new presidentAndi Story will be vice president and Lisa Worl will be clerk.

Decorative tusks, bone taken from thrift shore

Church officials have reported the theft of ivory elephant tusks and whale bone from a thrift store in Juneau.

Three top National Guard leaders fired

Three top National Guard leaders firedThree leaders of the Alaska National Guard have been fired from their positions.

Assembly says no to adding official prayer

Assembly says no to adding official prayerThe Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly rejected an ordinance Monday that would have added prayer to the regular meeting agenda.

Open houses set for gas line project

Open houses set for gas line projectA dozen open houses are set to be held in the coming weeks to provide information on a major proposed liquefied natural gas project.

City of Hoonah votes for mayor, again

City of Hoonah votes for mayor, againOnly six votes separated Jacqueline Dick and Kenneth Skaflestad.

As field season ends, gasline becomes focal point in gubernatorial race

As field season ends, gasline becomes focal point in gubernatorial raceHow much money do you have to spend to get a handful of dirt? About half a billion, if you’re talking about samples from the proposed site for a natural gas liquification plant in Nikiski.