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

Patrick Flynn, a member of the Anchorage Assembly, joined the nationwide wave of protesters during a Tuesday Assembly meeting by quietly taking a knee as the Pledge was recited. By Wednesday morning Flynn's actions were what most people were talking about, including the Anchorage police union, which traditionally has endorsed Flynn.


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Minor change occurs Sunday, but the bigger impact is still over a week away



Alaska Business Monthly released it's ranking of top 49 companies based off gross income. A shake up between two top native corporation blamed on oil production and prices dropping.


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


Crime sniffing police dog assists APD with cyber crimes


Girl receives unexpected surprise from messenger balloon


Farmers make final dash to uproot crops in Alaska before winter's freeze


Charges: Barrow man killed stepfather, may have feared for his own life


Alaska settles complaint over Medicaid payment system


Accused of stealing ammo and trying to sell it on Facebook, police officer loses badge


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School starts pilot program for distraction-free classroom


Alaska transportation agency fined over waste storage


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Eagle Crest Transitional Housing Program prepares to lock its doors


MAP: See where legal marijuana will be sold around Alaska


Anchorage woman convicted of cashing forged PFD check


Two men indicted for string of armed robberies in Anchorage


Anchorage man charged with trying to arrange sex with 14-year-old


Coast Guard rescues two from sinking sailboat far south of Aleutians


Troopers identify officers, K9 involved in weekend shooting


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