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Murkowski questions differing National Guard investigation results

Murkowski questions differing National Guard investigation resultsTwo different Pentagon agencies investigated the Alaska National Guard for allegedly mishandling sexual assault complaints. They came to opposite conclusions, and U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski wants to know why.

Virus suspected in sea star wasting disease epidemic

Virus suspected in sea star wasting disease epidemicIf you’re a starfish in the Pacific, sea star wasting disease is pretty much your zombie apocalypse. The first symptom is arm curling.

Marijuana entrepreneurs face special business burdens

Marijuana entrepreneurs face special business burdensWhile the state figures out how to regulate marijuana commerce, several federal laws sit as roadblocks to the business of cannabis.

Repatriated Wrangell clan hat arrives in Juneau

Repatriated Wrangell clan hat arrives in JuneauThe Khaach.ádi clan of Wrangell signed a repatriation claim in 2008 to get the hat back from a museum in California.

Sitka Blue Lake project is complete

Sitka Blue Lake project is completeThe Blue Lake Expansion Project came to a formal close in Sitka Wednesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new powerhouse

Walker selects leaders for gubernatorial transition team

Walker selects leaders for gubernatorial transition teamThe Division of Elections tallied 20,000 uncounted ballots on Tuesday. When workers turned the machines off at 10pm, unaffiliated candidate Bill Walker had increased his lead over Republican Gov. Sean Parnell to 4,000 votes.

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.

Concerns were raised about Gen. Katkus before his 2009 appointment

Concerns were raised about Gen. Katkus before his 2009 appointmentWhistleblower's wife told Parnell aide, "seriously look into Tom Katkus’ background if his name comes up for nomination.”

Guard members sue over leaked records

The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, said the plaintiffs have suffered humiliation, embarrassment and loss of promotional potential.

Kreiss-Tomkins holds a two-to-one fundraising edge

Kreiss-Tomkins holds a two-to-one fundraising edgeAccording to the latest filings with the Alaska Public Offices Commission Kreiss-Tomkins has raised nearly $58,000 dollars in the campaign.
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