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Alaska State Troopers are investigating a Friday inmate-on-inmate assault at the Spring Creek Correctional Center in Seward, with one Anchorage man facing possible charges and another reportedly in critical condition.
Should government buildings be allowed to display religious symbols?
Should polygamy be legal among consenting adults?
By fits and starts Alaskans are beginning to be enrolled through the new federal health insurance exchange as startup glitches are resolved.
Alaska has a hard time graduating college students. The state has finished dead-last in the percentage of high school graduates attending college in most years since 1997.
The woman I call my wife and I aren't married. Blame it on procrastination and the fact that we both had bitter divorces.
Leary will lead Alaska Communications' top line growth. She brings to the company more than 25 years' leadership and sales experience in the state, most recently serving as President of Carlile Transportation Systems, Alaska's largest asset-based trucking and logistics company.
Ever since miners began exploring and occupying Alaska, there have been fraternal organizations like the Pioneers of Alaska.
The international Yukon River Salmon panel will wrap up a week of meetings this afternoon with a closed door planning session to determine a management plan for the 2014 Chinook salmon run.
Matthew Christian was appointed to the Fairbanks District Court. Christian has served as magistrate and master in Kenai since 2007.
A candidate for U.S. Senate, Daniel S. Sullivan, ran the legal office that let a criminal out of jail who sexually assaulted a toddler and murdered an elderly couple-just twelve hours after he was released from state prison for a previous rape felony.
The state is expecting nearly $2 billion less in oil and gas production taxes this year, which revenue officials say has more to do with lower-than-expected oil prices and declining production than with the new oil tax law.
Editor's note: this is the fifth in the Morris Communications series "The case for conserving the Kenai king salmon."
Commonwealth North invites you to participate in our Annual Legislator Meet and Greet Wednesday, December 11th, from 11:30am to 1:00pm at the Dena'ina Center.
A Palmer resident in the dense subdivisions near the Alaska State Fair grounds woke Tuesday morning to smoke that smelled so much like an electrical fire that she thought a nearby home was in flames.