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Health consortium closes medical training unit

SITKA — The Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium has ended a Sitka-based emergency medical training program. The Daily Sitka Sentinel reported that the...

Coast Guard rescues hunter near Sitka

JUNEAU — A 69-year-old hunter reported overdue by his wife has been rescued from a mountain near Sitka. The Coast Guard conducted the rescue Wednesday. Petty Officer 1st Class Shawn Eggert says the man's...

State of Alaska spends $103,000 defending gay marriage lawsuit

ANCHORAGE - The state has spent more than $103,000 to defend a lawsuit that overturned Alaska's ban on same-sex marriage, and it would spend more than triple that amount if it has to pay plaintiffs' legal costs.

Where's the snow? Not in Alaska's largest city

ANCHORAGE — One week before Thanksgiving, much of the nation is digging out from snowstorms, but the ground is bare in Alaska's largest city. This time of year, Anchorage normally has nearly 17 inches of snowfall...
RACHEL D'ORO

Alaska North Slope lease sale takes in $54.5M

ANCHORAGE — Alaska's richest state petroleum lease sale in 13 years took in $54.5 million in high bids Wednesday for tracts on the North Slope. The sale leased 254 tracts covering 524,387 acres of state and...

Pot backer who quit TV job on air fights subpoena

JUNEAU - An Alaska television reporter who quit her job with a four-letter tirade during a live newscast after revealing she supported pot legalization is fighting a subpoena from the state panel that enforces election laws.
Becky Bohrer

Independent Rep. Ortiz joins House Democratic Caucus

Newly-elected District 36 State Representative Dan Ortiz, I-Ketchikan, has joined the Alaska House Democratic Caucus. Ortiz said he joined with House Democrats because of the freedom the caucus gives its members to vote their conscience.

Proposed air quality rules released

FAIRBANKS - Proposed state regulations for meeting federal air quality standards include limits on what could be burned in wood stoves.
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