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A 24-year-old inmate at a women's prison has been found dead in her cell. The Alaska Bureau of Investigations Major Crimes Unit announced Monday that the inmate was found dead last Thursday in her cell at Hiland Mountain Correctional Center in Eagle River.
Even if you have never beheld Mt. McKinley or worked along the expansive Alaskan pipeline, you can appreciate the natural beauty and natural resource benefits of the magnificent state of Alaska.
Selmon Holland, center, hands over one of the 25 salmon caught on his boat at the Douglas Harbor for the Golden North Salmon Derby in August 2011.
The Alaska Department of Revenue released its spring revenue forecast April 7 showing an uptick of $374 million from the department's fall forecast for 2014 fiscal year general fund unrestricted revenue.
The Alaska House on Thursday began debating legislation that would further define medically necessary abortions for purposes of Medicaid funding.
The Affordable Care Act remains deeply unpopular across the conservative terrain of Alaska, but a super PAC supporting Democratic Sen. Mark Begich's reelection isn't shying away from touting the health care law's success stories.
House Speaker Mike Chenault on Thursday said legislative passage of a bill to raise Alaska's minimum wage would guarantee that wages go up, while the outcome of a similar ballot initiative would be dependent on the whim of votes.
Employers often search for applicants with a wealth of experience. One group says they are preparing the future of Alaska's construction work force and they are doing it for free.
Alaska Senate candidate Dan Sullivan has hauled in $1.3 million in the last three months, continuing his strong fundraising pace as he seeks to win the GOP nomination and face Sen. Mark Begich in the fall.
The Alaska Ocean Observing System has launched a new data portal called the "Ocean Data Explorer" The goal is to provide access to the largest variety of publicly accesible Alaska ocean and coastal data.
A major shareholder of a company behind a contentious Alaska mine project on Monday announced it was giving its shares away to two Alaska charitable organizations, at least one of which belongs to a larger group that has come out publicly against the project.
The Alaska House has passed legislation to allow out-of-state residents to serve on the board of the Alaska Gasline Development Corp., or AGDC.