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Sullivan allowed to keep in-state tax credits in Maryland

Sullivan allowed to keep in-state tax credits in MarylandMaryland tax collectors had good news for Republican Senate candidate Dan Sullivan today, and perhaps bad news for his campaign.

None testify In favor of pot at hearing in Bethel

None testify In favor of pot at hearing in BethelThe Bethel Legislative Office was packed Monday afternoon as Alaska Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell lead a hearing on Ballot Measure 2, a marijuana initiative that will appear on the November 4 ballot.

Ebola spreads to US; risk to Alaska deemed low

Federal health officials announced today that the first case of Ebola has been diagnosed in the U.S. in Texas. The patient, who traveled from Liberia, is being treated in isolation at a hospital in Dallas.

Petersburg to host Grand Camp

Petersburg to host Grand CampOne of the largest gatherings of Alaska Natives in Southeast Alaska is happening next week in Petersburg.

UAS Ketchikan receives 5-year grant to improve graduation rates

UAS Ketchikan receives 5-year grant to improve graduation ratesThe grant is aimed at increasing the number of Alaska Native and rural Alaskans who finish UAS Ketchikan programs. The university hopes to achieve that by growing the capacity of its maritime programs.

Federal agency expresses concern with dam studies

Federal agency expresses concern with dam studiesA federal fisheries agency has raised concerns about the accuracy of some studies being conducted for a massive proposed dam in south-central Alaska.

After long delay, governor denies record request into National Guard response

After long delay, governor denies record request into National Guard responseAPRN filed a records request to learn how the Office of the Governor handled complaints about the Guard. Four months later, that request has been denied.

Plaintiff says won’t appeal ballot lawsuit ruling

The plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging the merged campaigns of two Alaska gubernatorial candidates says he won't appeal a judge's ruling that an emergency order allowing the ticket was valid.

Another Begich Ad alleges Alaska’s U.S. Senators cooperate

Another Begich Ad alleges Alaska’s U.S. Senators cooperateSen. Lisa Murkowski keeps trying to shake him off, but Sen. Mark Begich continues to insist they have a good working relationship.

Southeast Alaska dive fisheries open in October

Southeast Alaska dive fisheries open in OctoberSoutheast Alaska commercial dive fishermen are gearing up to start fishing for geoduck clams and sea cucumbers in October.