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Alaska Supreme Court to hear involving Tlingit and Haida tribe

The case stems from a conflict between the state and the tribe about whether Native tribes in Alaska have the power to set child support, and whether the state must enforce tribal child support orders.

Anchorage Assemblywoman: city should opt out of pot sales

The assemblywoman says the city shouldn't be a guinea pig for commercial marijuana in Alaska.

High court seeks update on redistricting case

The Fairbanks-area plaintiffs who sued over Alaska's redistricting plan have appealed a judge's decision awarding them more than $310,000 in attorneys' fees and costs.

Two water line breakages interrupt service to about 24 Juneau homes

"This one is going to be a bit of a mess. It could be several hours before water is back on," says Public Works Director Kirk Duncan.

Car in wetlands stops Juneau morning traffic

"Vehicle lost control and hit the guardrail and went through the guardrail and ended up on the wetlands of the flats," said Lt. David Campbell.

California man arrested in Juneau drug bust

William B. Neal, Jr. was charged with three felonies related to drug possession and distribution.

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.