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Eaglecrest makes another appearance in Ski Town Throwdown

Eaglecrest makes another appearance in Ski Town ThrowdownPeople have until 8:30 p.m. to vote for Eaglecrest Ski Area.

Same-sex couples apply for marriage licenses, state asks for a stay

Same-sex couples apply for marriage licenses, state asks for a stayAfter a federal judge decided Sunday that Alaska’s same-sex marriage ban was unconstitutional, the State of Alaska started accepting applications for gay marriages this morning. But the state’s Attorney General is asking for a stay on that legal decision, which would put a hold on actually issuing any licenses.

Protesters block access to BC mine as it nears completion

Protesters block access to BC mine as it nears completionA nearly-completed British Columbia mine in the Stikine River watershed is expected to begin full production at the end of this month. Meanwhile, protesters blocking access to the controversial Red Chris mine may be forced out Tuesday.

Report details rural health care challenges

Report details rural health care challengesA new report details the challenges involved in providing health care to rural communities in Alaska.

Judge sides with Anchorage in ride-sharing lawsuit

Judge sides with Anchorage in ride-sharing lawsuitA state court judge says ride-sharing company Uber cannot offer transportation for hire in Alaska's largest city unless it complies with a local ordinance.

Shed valued at $150,000 burns down out the road

Firefighters' response was limited because the fire occurred outside the Juneau fire protection area.

Open house, public hearing tomorrow on Juneau Access

Open house, public hearing tomorrow on Juneau AccessTuesday's open house on the Juneau Access Improvements Project begins at 1 p.m. and the public hearing at 5 p.m. in Centennial Hall.

Alaska former soldier says he reported allegations

A former Alaska National Guard soldier says he told his chain of command about misconduct more than seven years before the federal Department of Defense issued a report detailing allegations of sexual assault, abuse of power and cover-ups.

Anchorage flights briefly grounded after threat

Anchorage flights briefly grounded after threatOfficials at Anchorage's international airport say flights were briefly grounded after someone called in a threat.

Ketchikan man sentenced for pot grow operation

Ketchikan man sentenced for pot grow operationA Ketchikan man was sentenced in court today for a marijuana grow operation discovered in January.