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Ketchikan city council says no to legalizing pot

Ketchikan city council says no to legalizing potThe Ketchikan City Council has voted against supporting the legalization of recreational marijuana.

Navy to present environmental analysis in Kodiak

Meetings also are planned in Anchorage, Homer, Juneau and Cordova.

Southeast Conference will bring 200 people to Wrangell for annual meeting

Wrangell requested to host the three-day meeting because it provides a boost for local businesses.

Alaska State Troopers seek Alaska applicants

The agency is facing a challenge finding officers to work in both urban areas and remote villages.

Alleged assault with Civil War-era rifle

A Ketchikan man is charged with a felony after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend with a Civil War-era rifle.

Ketchikan museum official hired by state museums

A Ketchikan museum department official has been hired to work for the state museums system.

City decision on blighted Gastineau Apartments expected soon

City decision on blighted Gastineau Apartments expected soonCity officials are considering various actions against the owner of the condemned apartment building in downtown Juneau

General Katkus resigns as report details Guard’s failure in addressing sexual assault

General Katkus resigns as report details Guard’s failure in addressing sexual assaultAn investigation released Thursday details a long list of failures in how the Alaska National Guard handles reports of sexual assault and other matters.

Bethel man shot by officer arrested in Anchorage

Bethel man shot by officer arrested in AnchorageA man shot in Bethel last month during an altercation with police was arrested Wednesday by Alaska State Troopers after being released from the hospital in Anchorage.

Southeast “trash wood” finds new markets

Southeast “trash wood” finds new marketsSoutheast residents will be able to buy locally milled lumber in the future as small scale timber sales begin on Mitkof Island.