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Channel 2 NewsA group of Alaska broadcasters fired the latest salvo in a battle over the future of the state’s airwaves Friday, replying to cable provider General Communication Inc.’s defense before the Federal Communications Commission of its plans to...
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Channel 2 NewsThe Anchorage neighborhood of Spenard could soon wake up to the smell of fresh bread again, after a Portland, Ore.-based firm announced plans to reopen the Sunrise Bakery Friday. A press release from the Franz Bakery says the company placed a winning...
Channel 2 NewsCarlile Transportation Systems announced a new service Wednesday, allowing customers to have purchases from online or catalog retailers shipped to the trucking firm's terminal in Washington, then driven to its Alaska terminals via the Alcan Highway....
Channel 2 NewsThe CEO and President of the Calista Native Corporation was at his desk working on Wednesday afternoon, after more than three months of administrative leave. The reasons why the Calista board of directors sidelined Andrew Guy remain a mystery. In...
Channel 2 NewsThe president and CEO of the Calista Native Corp., Andrew Guy, has been on administrative leave since mid-July. But it appears his fortunes could change this week, after new members were elected to the corporation’s board of directors at Calista&...
Shell Oil is, today (Sunday), close to drilling 2 exploratory wells simultaneously in the Arctic Ocean. Drilling operations in the Beaufort Sea are currently awaiting the harvest of the third and last whale of the season by Inupiat Eskimoes. Once the...
As we head into the election season in Alaska, a new debate is gearing up on an old issue: Whether reforming oil taxes in the state will help boost production. The issue has grown more heated as output at the North Slope declines. This month it...
This Afternoon (Tuesday) a coalition of Alaska business leaders -- and a former Alaska Governor (Tony Knowles) -- got together to endorse "meaningful tax reform" at the North Slope. But the group stopped short of saying precisely what "meaningful tax...
Matt Miller, KTOOState attorneys will head to Germany to interview the makers of ferry engines the state claims were defective. KTOO reports (http://is.gd/Xj5hte) the state is suing MTU Friedrichshafen, which made engines for the ferries Fairweather and Chenega. ...
Channel 2 NewsRoyal Dutch Shell PLC says that after several setbacks, it no longer plans to try to drill deep enough to reach oil in exploratory wells off the coast of Alaska this year. The company was granted two exploratory drilling permits by the U.S....
This morning, (Sunday) Shell Oil has begun conducting an historic operation in the Chukchi Sea. For the first time in more than 2 decades, the company has started drilling for oil in the Arctic Ocean -- 70 miles off the coast of Northwestern Alaska. It...
The Associated PressRoyal Dutch Shell has halted drilling in the Chukchi Sea one day after it began because of sea ice moving toward the company's drill ship off Alaska. Shell Alaska spokesman Curtis Smith tells The Associated Press that drilling was stopped as a...
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