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Eagles flock to Chilkat River, photographers flock to eagles

Eagles flock to Chilkat River, photographers flock to eaglesDozens of people travel to witness the eagle gathering each year, filling up almost every hotel room in Haines.

Conservative Patriots Group calling it quits

In an email, president Steve St. Clair said financial limitations, administrative duties and government regulations had taken a toll on the volunteer-led group.

Division of Elections counts absentee, questioned ballots

Division of Elections counts absentee, questioned ballotsAfter a week of collecting and reviewing absentee ballots, workers at the Division of Elections are now running 17,000 of those uncounted votes through machines.

Walker retains lead in Alaska governor’s race

Walker retains lead in Alaska governor’s raceAlaska elections workers began counting more than 53,000 absentee and questioned ballots Tuesday.

Committee to review questioned books

Committee to review questioned booksA committee is set to review four books that were approved as part of a new elementary curriculum in Juneau but whose content has been deemed offensive to Alaska Natives and Native Americans.

Public shut out of power rate increase talks

Most people in the Upper Lynn Canal are going to see their electric bills go up soon, but nobody knows exactly how much. And the people involved in that decision are not making it a transparent process.

WWII dog tag discovered on Bering Sea coast is returning home

WWII dog tag discovered on Bering Sea coast is returning homeAfter 70 years, a small piece of Earl Vogelar, a Michigan soldier stationed in Nome during World War II, is finally on its way home.

Job fair highlights challenges for unemployed veterans

Job fair highlights challenges for unemployed veterans A recent job fair in Anchorage is just one of the ways the state is working to match vets with employers in the public and private sectors to combat the nation-wide problem of veteran unemployment.

Juneau police investigate death near Twin Lakes

Police say 63-year-old Gregory Dockery did not suffer any apparent injuries

With votes still coming in, elections division prepares for count

With votes still coming in, elections division prepares for countThe Division of Elections has nearly 50,000 uncounted ballots in its possession with more still coming in.