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Plaintiffs say millions of dollars in products are at stake and could be removed from shelves.
Complaints voiced about corporation’s leadership, especially as Goldbelt dividends again rise.
In 6-3 informal vote, members ask tourism director for reduction strategy for 2026 and beyond.
DEC permit challenged by environmentalists and mine interests.
Falcons begin quest for state title Thursday; JDHS plays Ketchikan tough in elimination game.
Crimson Bears girls win title, Falcons girls place second at ASAA Swim & Dive State Championships.
An appeal seeking to defend Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s proposed union-dues collection plan will be considered by the U.S. Supreme Court no sooner than December.… Continue reading
In-person, remote and written testimony being accepted by Assembly’s Committee of the Whole.
Many residents paying to install rock fill along riverbank, but cost just one of many concerns.
Works by Hungarian composer featured in solo performance by series’ artistic director.
Implementing the standards outlined by the legislation is not a one-size-fits-all approach
Indoor/outdoor pavilion, food trucks, restaurant and up to 100 housing units in plan.
Derek Bos talks philosophy of law enforcement, focus of faith-based communities and schools.
Two-day ASAA Swim Dive State Championships start Friday at Dimond Park Aquatic Center.
A new diagnostic tool could increase access to care for survivors.
Five sets by local performers young and old scheduled for first show Saturday.
Sonya Taton, 46, is also accused of stabbing another man in 2016.
Most of 1908 building demolished as of Thursday; owner tells city he wants to build housing.
Illegal activity based in Petersburg, one suspect arrested in Juneau, according to police.
Police estimate total damage of $14,500 to businesses on Glacier Highway.