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With same-sex marriage rulings across the country, Alaska's LGBT community considers its options

Sun, 2013-12-29 20:34
With same-sex marriage rulings across the country, Alaska's LGBT community considers its options In one year, same-sex marriage bans in a dozen states have overturned. With big changes coming even to conservative Utah, some in the Alaska LGBT community are exploring their options.December 29, 2013

Important fishery regulation question at core of Kookesh overfishing case

Sun, 2013-12-29 20:34
Important fishery regulation question at core of Kookesh overfishing case A reinstated 2009 case that charged former state Sen. Albert Kookesh and three others with overfishing could have bigger implications for fisheries management in Alaska.December 29, 2013

No simple solutions to Alaska aviation's deadly year

Sun, 2013-12-29 20:34
No simple solutions to Alaska aviation's deadly year While there's no easy answers for why 2013 saw so many aircraft fatalities in Alaska, more emphasis on good decision-making could be key to preventing such future tragedies.December 29, 2013

Alaska lawmakers can learn lesson from great tennis match of 2013

Sun, 2013-12-29 20:31
Alaska lawmakers can learn lesson from great tennis match of 2013 COMMENTARY: The time and energy that went into tennis court arguments in Anchorage will not be wasted if legislators learn from their mistakes. A change in the way the Legislature handles the budget is long overdue. December 29, 2013

Woman found dead due to cold exposure in Anchorage

Sun, 2013-12-29 16:03
Woman found dead due to cold exposure in Anchorage Police said that a woman sleeping in a tent in Alaska's largest city was found dead Saturday morning. The 57-year-old woman's death is the second due to cold exposure in one week in Anchorage.December 29, 2013

AK Beat: Big Lake woman allegedly spits blood at Alyeska Resort employee

Sun, 2013-12-29 15:07
AK Beat: Big Lake woman allegedly spits blood at Alyeska Resort employee An 18-year-old woman may face charges of assault and criminal mischief after an incident at the Alyeska Resort hotel in Girdwood where troopers say she cut herself with a mirror and spat blood at a security officer.December 29, 2013

Tardy students? Arctic Canadian town turns to emergency alarm

Sun, 2013-12-29 13:38
Tardy students? Arctic Canadian town turns to emergency alarm In Kugluktuk, Nunavut, the community's emergency siren now sounds at 8:30 a.m. every school day to get the kids out of bed and into class.December 29, 2013

Your next snack: A bug from the Swedish forest?

Sat, 2013-12-28 19:27
Your next snack: A bug from the Swedish forest? Spiders, insects and other creepy crawlies can make healthy, cheap and climate-friendly meals, at least according to international organizations like the United Nations.December 28, 2013

VIDEO: Talkeetna's Wilderness Women compete for top honors

Sat, 2013-12-28 19:18
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There's nothing tougher than an Alaska woman, and one competition sets out to prove exactly who's the toughest. Each year, a hearty group of women gathers in Talkeetna for the annual Wilderness Woman Competition.

December 28, 2013

Alaska should part ways with TransCanada under gas line stimulus act

Sat, 2013-12-28 19:16
Alaska should part ways with TransCanada under gas line stimulus act OPINION: With deficits looming for Alaska, it is imperative that the state cease providing money to overlapping energy projects, starting with AGIA.December 28, 2013

Examining the coughing, hacking, sniffling viruses among us

Sat, 2013-12-28 19:16
Examining the coughing, hacking, sniffling viruses among us If the flu bug doesn't get you, a handful of other viruses are lurking about, ready to strike. Here's a look at the culprits most likely to have you feeling under the weather this month.December 28, 2013

Alaska federal inmate gets 9 more years for tax fraud scheme

Sat, 2013-12-28 17:02
Alaska federal inmate gets 9 more years for tax fraud scheme An Alaska federal prison inmate serving a 15-year sentence has had nearly a decade of additional time behind bars added for filing false tax returns.December 28, 2013

Building dens for Finland’s Saimaa seals

Sat, 2013-12-28 13:30
Building dens for Finland’s Saimaa seals Man-made dens help make a significant difference in the number of new pups that thrive in the spring.December 28, 2013

North Slope school superintendent among fresh Parnell appointees

Sat, 2013-12-28 13:29
North Slope school superintendent among fresh Parnell appointees Peggy Cowan -- who also served as superintendent of Juneau's school district -- is one of three new appointees joining several members reappointed for additional terms on a variety of state boards.December 28, 2013

Jailed Greenpeace activists freed after protest in Russia's Arctic

Sat, 2013-12-28 13:27
Jailed Greenpeace activists freed after protest in Russia's Arctic The "Arctic 30" were granted amnesty by the Russian government more than three months after their ship was boarded and seized during a September protest of offshore drilling.December 28, 2013

Renowned Kotzebue dollmaker to serve artist residency in Unalakleet

Sat, 2013-12-28 13:27
Renowned Kotzebue dollmaker to serve artist residency in Unalakleet Kotzebue's Kathy Ward was inspired to make dolls by a variety of experiences and influences. She'll be working as an artist in residence in Unalakleet this spring.December 28, 2013

AK Beat: Fairbanks woman up for hunting honor

Sat, 2013-12-28 12:34
AK Beat: Fairbanks woman up for hunting honor Sheri Coker, a recent transplant from Arkansas, is one of 12 finalists for Prois Hunting & Field Apparel’s award for “hardcore” women who hunt.December 28, 2013

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