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Valley Residents Get Sneak Peek at KGB Road Project

Knik-Goose Bay Road in the Mat-Su Valley has seen a growing number of commuters over the years -- with dozens of fatal accidents amid dangerous and congested conditions, which a state reconstruction project aims to fix.

Bill to Arm VPSOs Could Mean Additional Training

Bill to Arm VPSOs Passes Alaska Legislature

Legislation allowing Village Public Safety Officers to carry firearms unanimously passed the Senate Wednesday.

Former UAA Faculty Member Arrested in Child Porn Case

Former UAA Faculty Member Arrested in Child Porn Case

A former University of Alaska Anchorage faculty member has been arrested on child pornography charges, after a public call for information on his whereabouts Tuesday night.

Men Sentenced for Evidence Tampering in Deadly 2011 Shooting

Men Sentenced for Evidence Tampering in Deadly 2011 Shooting

During an emotional appearance in Anchorage Superior Court Wednesday, two men found guilty of tampering with evidence in a deadly 2011 double shooting heard their sentences.

City, Chugach Seek CIRI Fire Island Wind Energy

City, Chugach Seek CIRI Fire Island Wind Energy

A project generating wind energy on Fire Island off Anchorage is now generating increased popularity.

Firm to Conduct Independent Review of KABATA Data

KABATA Vote Fails in State House

Lawmakers in the state House have failed to pass the Senate version of a bill funding the first phase of the Knik Arm Bridge and Toll Authority’s proposed bridge.

(img1)20140423 Three Initiatives Up to Voters in November

Three August Ballot Initiatives Pushed To November

Three contentious ballot initiatives won't appear before Alaska voters in Aug. 19 primary ballots. Instead, they'll appear in the Nov. 4 general election, since the Legislature failed to wrap up business more than 120 days before the primaries.

No Tsunami Threat from 6.7 Quake off British Columbia

Courtesy National Tsunami Warning Center

No Tsunami Threat from 6.7 Quake off British Columbia

The U.S. Geological Survey's National Earthquake Information Center says a magnitude 6.7 quake has been recorded in the Pacific Ocean off the northwest corner of British Columbia's Vancouver Island.

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