Bill that creates commission on Native children on its way to Obama's desk

A bipartisan bill that establishes a commission on Native children is on its way to President Barack Obama’s desk for his signature.


Governor Walker met with reporters Friday to provide an update on his recent meetings in Singapore and Korea to promote Alaska's natural gas.


There’s less than a week before a borough election in the Mat-Su and a group of marijuana advocates were busy waving signs Thursday in Palmer reminding people that there is one.



Senshi Con 2016 has a packed weekend for convention-goers, with the fun starting at 11 a.m. Saturday morning.


Ship surveying, updating century-old data near Uganik Bay


Nageak says he's not leaving suit over lost primary race


School using new seal to show students importance of voting


Public safety concerns prompt "Own the Night" walk at Valley of the Moon park


Alaska customers caught up in Wells Fargo bank scandal


VIDEO: Native group encourages traditional healing


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Fourth suspect in Alora Loop fatal shooting turns himself in


Designer creates wedding dress to honor breast cancer survivors


PHOTOS: Alaskans capture the Northern Lights


High Winds: Aleutian Chain and Southeast Alaska


Top grossing Alaska companies see drop in revenue after year of slumped oil prices


Richards lands new contract to advise state on fiscal issues


Fairbanks police investigate shots fired off restaurant roof


Lawsuit: ExxonMobil polluted river, ignored climate change


Brave move or pandering? Voters react to assemblyman kneeling during Pledge of Allegiance


Several pleasant fall days to enjoy


More than 100 injured, some critically, in New Jersey commuter train crash


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