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Kodiak, Juneau among 5 most expensive cities in U.S. to buy a turkey

Residents of Hawaii pay the highest prices in the nation for their tasty birds and fixings on Thanksgiving, and Alaska feasts are almost as expensive.

Policy makers fast track Arctic development

After two years of work, Alaska’s 26 member Arctic Policy Commission completed its recommendations for development in western and Northwestern Alaska.

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Snow City Cafe owner to open new South Anchorage restaurant

The owner behind Snow City Cafe and Spenard Roadhouse plans to open a South Anchorage restaurant as early as this spring. What will the food be like? New general manager Tyler Crenshaw explains ...

Horizon Lines selling Alaska operations to shipper Matson

Horizon Lines selling Alaska operations to shipper Matson

Longtime Alaska shipping firm Horizon Lines is being purchased by Honolulu-based maritime concern Matson, Inc., after Horizon sells and winds down its operations in Hawaii and Puerto Rico.

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The new local option in Alaska: Municipalities can ban pot businesses

As of the Nov. 4. general election, it looks like Alaska is now green, but just because marijuana is expected to be legalized across the state doesn't mean you'll be able to buy it.

When pigs fly: Alaska Airlines passengers try out bacon jam

When pigs fly: Alaska Airlines passengers try out bacon jam

Diners have had a range of reactions to Alaska Airlines' latest menu addition for the month of October.

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Soldotna Dairy Queen hacked in nationwide data breach

Dairy Queen is the latest company to get hit by a security breach saying that payment card data has been impacted at nearly 400 of its restaurants around the country. In Alaska, the Soldotna branch was affected, the company says.

Permanent Fund Dividend 2014 Application Period to Begin

'Pry (the dividend) out of my cold dead hand': Debating the future of the PFD

Days after hundreds of thousands of Alaskans enjoyed a cash windfall to the tune of $1,884, the future of the Permanent Fund dividend remains cloudy as experts debate whether the state will one day tap Fund earnings to pay for services.

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