Agencies call for more resources to monitor sea level rise

Officials say more resources are needed to monitor sea level rise and erosion rates that could threaten coastal Alaska communities
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Alaska candidate faces charges over food stamp benefits

An Alaska legislative candidate and her husband have been accused of misleading the state to receive food stamps
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Alaska elections director says state is ready for primary

Alaska's elections director says the state is ready for Tuesday's primary, including having a supply of questioned ballot envelopes
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Alaska governor signs bill allowing cities to ban cellphones

It is already against the law in Alaska to text while driving
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Alaska governor's race may hinge on oil-wealth checks

The path to the governor's office in Alaska this year may well hinge on the oil check given to state residents
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Alaska lawmaker seeks review of document leak

An Alaska lawmaker wants the state Department of Law to review whether the leaking of a confidential audit merits prosecution
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Alaska looks for panelists to discuss new roads in forest

Alaska Gov. Bill Walker's administration is looking for Alaska residents to serve on an advisory committee that will help shape the future of the Tongass National Forest
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Alaska mine project review proceeds over governor's doubts

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is proceeding with an environmental review of a proposed copper and gold mine in southwest Alaska, despite a request from the state's governor that the review be halted.
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Alaska monthly marijuana tax tops $1M for sixth time in 2018

Monthly marijuana tax revenues have topped $1 million for the fifth straight month and for the sixth time this year
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Alaska officials certify primary election results

Official results certified by the state show two Republican Alaska legislators, who trailed their opponents on primary night, winning their respective races when the vote counting was complete
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Alaska officials hope to certify primary results by Tuesday

Alaska election officials hope to certify the results of the recent primary election by Tuesday
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Alaska plane survivor: 'For those wondering I'm alive'

A woman who survived a plane crash in Alaska says she's thankful to be alive
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Alaska primary sets stage for three-way governor's race

The race for Alaska governor looks to be a three-man contest, though some are still seeking to pressure the Democratic challenger to bow out.
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Alaska sea creature identified as decomposing whale

A sea creature that Alaskan fishermen believed to be a giant squid turned out to be the decaying carcass of a humpback whale
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Alaska Supreme Court orders parts of salmon initiative cut

The Alaska Supreme Court has ordered that portions of an initiative aimed at protecting salmon be stricken as unconstitutional but says the rest of the measure can advance to the ballot
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Analysis: Bills moved faster in Wisconsin Capitol under GOP

A Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism analysis found that the length of time bills were deliberated dropped significantly after Republican legislators took control in 2011, diminishing the public's opportunities to influence lawmaking
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Anchorage woman helps get penalties for unsecure loads

An Anchorage woman who was injured when a trash can hit her car has pushed Alaska lawmakers to make unsecured loads illegal
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Anchorage woman helps get unsecure loads legislation

An Anchorage woman who was injured when a trash can hit her car has pushed Alaska lawmakers to make unsecured loads illegal
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APNewsBreak: Voter log changes could delay Alaska results

Some election results from the Alaska primary could be delayed after more than 100,000 voters were given a month to clear up discrepancies with their addresses on voting records
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Attorneys argue cases in cruise industry suit against Juneau

A federal judge says it will take some time to decide a lawsuit brought against the City and Borough of Juneau by the cruise ship industry
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Authorities search for rodent on rat-free Alaska island

Wildlife officials are working to capture a rouge rodent sighted on a rat-free island off the coast of southwest Alaska
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Authorities search for rogue rodent on rat-free island

Wildlife officials are working to capture a rouge rodent sighted on a rat-free island off the coast of southwest Alaska
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Authorities: No deaths reported as plane crashes in Alaska

Authorities say no deaths have been reported after a plane believed to be carrying 11 people crashed in mountainous terrain on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska
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Authorities: No reports of deaths after Alaska plane crash

Authorities say no deaths have been reported after a plane believed to be carrying 11 people crashed in mountainous terrain on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska
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Begich plans campaign announcement amid pressure to quit

Democratic former U.S. Sen. Mark Begich plans a news conference to discuss the future of his gubernatorial run in Alaska
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Biologist fights against invasive grass in Alaska meadow

An Alaska wetland is under siege by reed canarygrass, a tall grass uncommon to the state
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Body of man found floating off southeast Alaska island

Southeast Alaska fisherman found the body of a man floating off Yakobi Island
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City settles with family of boy permanently injured in PE

The City and Borough of Juneau agreed to a settlement with the family of a student permanently injured during a physical education class
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Coast Guard finds evidence of oil discharge by fishing boat

The U.S. Coast Guard says it found evidence a Seattle-based fishing boat discharged oil and bilge waste overboard
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Coast Guard: All 11 rescued from crashed plane in Alaska

Authorities say all 11 people aboard a plane that crashed in mountainous terrain on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska have been rescued
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Congressman speaks of granddaughter's addiction at forum

U.S. Rep. Don Young is sharing a personal story about a granddaughter that he says has struggled with drug addiction
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Correction: Alaska-Plane Crash story

Correction: Alaska-Plane Crash story
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Court: Some sex offenders don't need to register in Alaska

The Alaska Supreme Court has ruled that some sex offenders convicted outside the state are not required to register in Alaska
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Data: Job losses appear to be slowing across Alaska

Recent figures indicate Alaska's unemployment rate improved slightly last month
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Donlin Gold Mine acquires 2 permits from federal agencies

A massive gold mine proposed in western Alaska has cleared a regulatory hurdle, acquiring permits from federal agencies
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Driver sentenced to 2 years in fatal pedestrian crash

A Reeseville man accused of fatally striking a pedestrian after inhaling an aerosol has been sentenced to 2 years in prison
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Dunleavy wins GOP nomination for governor in Alaska

Former state Sen. Mike Dunleavy won the Republican nomination for governor in Tuesday's primary in Alaska.
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Education advocate aiming to unseat longtime Alaska rep

Alaska education advocate Alyse Galvin is among the wave of women candidates hoping to be elected to the U.S. House this fall
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Fairbanks man's death goes unnoticed for years

Neighbors figured the house had been abandoned, though some had a creeping feeling that might not be the case
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Family of Fairbanks man killed by police prepares lawsuit

The family of a 20-year-old Fairbanks man who was killed by police says they are preparing a wrongful death lawsuit against Alaska authorities
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Fast ferry's future uncertain as it leaves southeast Alaska

The crew and passengers celebrated a fast ferry's possible last voyage in southeast Alaska over the weekend
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Federal aid available for flood recovery in Alaska

The federal government says it is making disaster assistance available to assist in recovery efforts in an area of south-central Alaska affected by late-spring flooding
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Federal Highway Administration kills Juneau road project

The federal government has officially killed a project to improve access to Alaska's capital nearly two years after Gov. Bill Walker halted the road extension
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Fire strikes building being demolished in Juneau

Juneau firefighters spent a half hour knocking down a fire in a building that's being demolished
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Galvin outraises Young in July; Young has more cash banked

Independent Alyse Galvin reported contributions of nearly $65,000 for her U.S. House bid in July, more than her incumbent Republican rival, U.S. Rep. Don Young
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Glacial dam outburst creates flooding concern in Juneau

Rising water levels have some residents of Alaska's capital city on edge, following the release of water from a glacially dammed lake
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Goldbelt's first CEO reflects on lifetime of involvement

Today, Goldbelt Inc. is a booming Alaska Native corporation that owns lands throughout southeast Alaska and has thrived in the realms of logging and tourism
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Grant offers housing for Alaska Native veterans

Grant offers housing for Alaska Native veterans
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Groups seek to influence Murkowski on Kavanaugh vote

The political arm of the National Rifle Association says it's running a TV ad in Alaska urging Sen. Lisa Murkowski to confirm President Trump's U.S. Supreme Court nominee
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