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Yearly Archives: 2019

Video: Chad Bentz returns to Juneau to teach, NFL film company notices

You're dose of inspiration for the day, and this one will carry you through the week. It's the story of Chad Bentz, Juneau-Douglas Crimson...

Two judges, two decisions: Can Alaska’s governor call a special session in Wasilla?

A Fairbanks Superior Court judge said he's leaning toward dismissing a lawsuit by a Republican former lawmaker against Senate President Cathy Giessel and House...

Homer group gets court date for challenge of council member’s residency

Did the Homer City Council do right by the citizens of the Cosmic Hamlet when it seated Storm Hansen-Cavasos as a voting city council...

Homicide 27: Murder, arson

Trevor Babcock, age 42, is custody as a suspect in a homicide that left a person dead in a burning car early in the...

Fake lawsuit: Attorney General says delayed PFD was already in process

MILITARY SPOUSE KNEW HER CHECK WAS SCHEDULED, BUT SUED ANYWAY Denali Nicole Smith and her attorneys had already been informed that Smith's Permanent Fund dividend...

State says Juan Camarena committed rape, sex trafficking, assault

Juan Camarena, a person of interest in a triple homicide in Wasilla, has been charged with two counts of rape in Palmer, sex trafficking,...

They’re legally married in Florida and she wants her Permanent Fund dividend

IT'S COMPLICATED BY ALASKA STATUTE UPDATE: IT'S A FAKE LAWSUIT A lawsuit is claiming the State of Alaska is denying a woman an Alaska Permanent Fund...

What’s this? Don Young heads into White House?

That's the unmistakable square-shouldered profile of Alaska Congressman Don Young heading through security to enter the White House grounds this afternoon, as caught by...

Legal opinion: Education initiative is ‘aspirational,’ has no measurable standards

'WELL INTENTIONED, POORLY EXECUTED' A legal opinion provided to the Anchorage Superintendent of Schools last month points out a number of flaws in the current...

Who in America will be counted first in 2020 Census?

IT'S 'LIZZY' FROM TOKSOOK The Wall Street Journal today reports the first person to be counted in the U.S. Census will be Lizzy Chimiugak of...

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