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UA Fairbanks chancellor may seek president’s job

UA Fairbanks chancellor may seek president’s jobThe chancellor of the University of Alaska Fairbanks says it's likely he will apply to replace outgoing UA President Pat Gamble.

The Cajun Country Revival in Juneau this weekend

The Cajun Country Revival in Juneau this weekendThe Cajun Country Revival is on its way up to the Anchorage Folk Festival and will be playing Friday and Saturday at the Alaskan Bar.

Plunging oil prices cast doubt on Arctic drilling

Plunging oil prices cast doubt on Arctic drillingAs oil prices continue to plummet, some corporations are scaling back on expensive exploration projects -- like drilling in Arctic waters.

Small businesses struggle to comply with health insurance requirement

Small businesses struggle to comply with health insurance requirementStarting this month, businesses in Alaska with more than 100 full time workers have to provide health insurance.

Anchorage Democrats push bills combating sexual assault, retaliation in National Guard

Anchorage Democrats push bills combating sexual assault, retaliation in National GuardTwo lawmakers introduced a group of bills today designed to fix issues within the Alaska National Guard.

Board reverses suspensions of former-Sen. Stevens prosecutors

Board reverses suspensions of former-Sen. Stevens prosecutorsA review board has reversed the suspensions of two federal attorneys accused of withholding evidence in the prosecution of the late Sen. Ted Stevens.

Dahl to lead Juneau Chamber of Commerce

Dahl to lead Juneau Chamber of CommerceNew Juneau Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Craig Dahl is a longtime capital city resident and former president and CEO of Alaska Pacific Bank.

Warm weather prompts weekday closure of Eaglecrest Ski Area

Warm weather prompts weekday closure of Eaglecrest Ski AreaEaglecrest Ski Area is closed today and tomorrow due to warm weather and rain.

About 16,000 Alaskans sign up on healthcare.gov

About 16,000 Alaskans sign up on healthcare.govThe federal government says about 16,000 Alaskans have signed up for health insurance on healthcare.gov.

In underground rooms, Sullivan’s senate office takes shape

In underground rooms, Sullivan’s senate office takes shapeU.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan, like other Republicans in Congress, is on a two-day retreat in Hershey Penn.