Johnson rolls over defender, Cardinals beat Ravens 26-18

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Chris Johnson rolled his way to a big play, Joe Flacco couldn’t quite respond with one of his own.And the Arizona Cardinals… Continue reading

  • Oct 27, 2015
  • By BOB BAUM

Mets’ young aces take on Royals in Series

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Anyone arriving a little early to a New York Mets game this season has probably witnessed “The Walk.”Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom… Continue reading

  • Oct 27, 2015
  • By MIKE FITZPATRICK

UK’s House of Lords hands Cameron defeat on tax credit cuts

LONDON — Britain’s unelected House of Lords dealt a strong defeat to Prime Minister David Cameron’s government — and provoked a constitutional squabble —on Monday… Continue reading

Five Britons killed after whale boat sinks

TOFINO, British Columbia — Five British nationals died when a whale watching boat with 27 people on board sank off Vancouver Island, the British Foreign… Continue reading

  • Oct 27, 2015
  • By MANUEL VALDES and JEREMY HAINSWORTH
  • Nation-World

PM orders review of east Jerusalem’s status

JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered a review of the status of certain Palestinian neighborhoods in east Jerusalem, an official confirmed Monday, a… Continue reading

Speaker Boehner’s last deal: 2-year budget

WASHINGTON — Speaker John Boehner is pressing ahead with one last deal as he heads for the exits, pushing to finalize a far-reaching, two-year budget… Continue reading

Poll: Trump is hard sell for Hispanics

NEWARK, N.J. — Republican front-runner Donald Trump is widely unpopular among the nation’s Hispanics, a new AP-GfK poll finds, challenging the billionaire’s oft-repeated assertion that… Continue reading

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump points into the crowd as he heads off stage after speaking at town hall meeting on Monday in Atkinson, New Hampshire.

Trump says his father gave him a ‘small’ $1 million loan

ATKINSON, N.H. — How about some humility, Donald Trump?At a rare town hall event Monday for a man who goes for big rallies, some potential… Continue reading

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump points into the crowd as he heads off stage after speaking at town hall meeting on Monday in Atkinson, New Hampshire.
In this Saturday photo, Richard Sajko, of Valrico, Florida, talks about how he killed one of the two bears on the back of his pickup during the first legal black bear hunt in Florida in more than two decades at the Rock Springs Run Wildlife Management Area near Lake Mary, Florida.

Amid outcry, Florida says short bear hunt season ran smoothly

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Hunters killed 298 black bears over the weekend during the first legal hunt in Florida in more than two decades, state wildlife… Continue reading

In this Saturday photo, Richard Sajko, of Valrico, Florida, talks about how he killed one of the two bears on the back of his pickup during the first legal black bear hunt in Florida in more than two decades at the Rock Springs Run Wildlife Management Area near Lake Mary, Florida.

Astronauts getting new picture books

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Once upon a time, when NASA’s shuttles were still flying, an astronaut read a children’s story from space.Thus was born Story… Continue reading

WHO links processed meat to cancer

PARIS — Bacon, hot dogs and cold cuts are under fire: The World Health Organization threw its global weight behind years of experts’ warnings and… Continue reading

Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott, second from left, helps Roy Peratrovich, Jr., cut a ribbon as Sandra Garcia-Aline, of the Federal Highway Administration, left, Sasha Soboleff, Grand President of the Alaska Native Brotherhood, Johanna Dybdahl, Grand President  of the Alaska Native Sisterhood, and Marc Luiken, Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, right, hold a ribbon during the rededication ceremony for the Brotherhood Bridge on Saturday.

Brotherhood Bridge rededicated

For at least the fifth time in Juneau’s history, a new bridge spans the Mendenhall River. The Brotherhood Bridge was rededicated on Saturday morning after… Continue reading

Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott, second from left, helps Roy Peratrovich, Jr., cut a ribbon as Sandra Garcia-Aline, of the Federal Highway Administration, left, Sasha Soboleff, Grand President of the Alaska Native Brotherhood, Johanna Dybdahl, Grand President  of the Alaska Native Sisterhood, and Marc Luiken, Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, right, hold a ribbon during the rededication ceremony for the Brotherhood Bridge on Saturday.

SHI launches weekly lunch lecture series

Sealaska Heritage Institute will begin its weekly lunch lecture series on Nov. 3 with Tsimshian master artist David Boxley speaking noon to 1 p.m. in… Continue reading

Journeyman archivist program seeks applicants

The Alaska State Historical Records Advisory Board is seeking applicants for a six-week internship at an archive in Alaska. The internship is a paid journeyman… Continue reading

Time to review Medicare prescription benefits

The window for Medicare subscribers to review their prescription drug benefits has reopened.Each fall, Americans on Medicare are granted a few months to change their… Continue reading

Rain streak runs to 19 days

No rain fell in Juneau on Sunday, marking the first dry day in the capital city since Oct. 6.The measurement was recorded by the National… Continue reading

Theater finds slithery surprise

A double showing of the “Rocky Horror Picture Show” brought plenty of unusual sights to the Gold Town Nickelodeon over the weekend, but the biggest… Continue reading

Infographic: Catch of the year

Mobile users may see the infographic here.Salmon season is over, and the numbers are in: Alaska caught the second-most salmon ever, 263.5 million fish. Southeast's… Continue reading

Tlingit-Haida hires court judge

The Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska tribal court has announced the hiring of Debra O’Gara as the new presiding… Continue reading

Tsimshian art, language classes to take place in Juneau

Sealaska Heritage Institute will next week host two Northwest Coast artists for art and language classes in Juneau.Tsimshian master artist David A. Boxley will teach… Continue reading