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Channel 2 NewsTonight (Sunday), on the eve of a major public forum concerning the Pebble Mine, Pebble opponents are saying they're deeply concerned over apparent discrepancies in Pebble's $120 million dollar environmental study on its own proposed project. That...
Channel 2 NewsAnchorage Assembly Chair Ernie Hall has retained a local law firm to advise the assembly on issues related to certifying the results of the city’s troubled April 3 elections. City Clerk Barbara Gruenstein says the law firm will not serve as the...
The Associated PressGov. Sean Parnell is making his first state-sponsored trip overseas, meeting with the heads of major energy companies as he seeks to drum up more investment in Alaska. Parnell told The Associated Press he plans to visit leaders of BP PLC, Royal Dutch...
KTUU.comU.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is on his third trip to Alaska. He met with business leaders in Anchorage Monday morning at CIRI, an Alaska Native corporation, to talk about the Obama administration's commitment to developing Alaska's offshore oil and...
What if the Chicago Cubs leave Wrigley Field for the suburbs and DuPage County officials hadn't courted the team? That's the question one Naperville business leader posed to explain why suburban leaders are working together to find a DuPage County...
StatewideShipman & Goodwin LLP ranks as one of the nation's largest law firms for the second consecutive year, according the most recent rankings by The National Law Journal (NLJ). The NLJ 350 is an annual law firm survey that ranks the largest legal players in...
Dad does get the job done, whether he's the boss, employee or co-worker, according to the sons and daughters who work along side their fathers in South Florida. Regardless of his role on the job, a snapshot of businesses where Dad and the kids work...
Q: The concern I have is with the security company at the Allentown Fairgrounds, Lehigh Law Enforcement Officers Association. When you read that title, what comes to mind? Police officers, right? This a group of security officers, not police. Aren't...
Tags: Judges, Lehigh County, Allentown, Lawyers, Law Enforcement
When the bike patrols suddenly ended in downtown Los Angeles' arts district last month, junk began to pile up against the curb on Seaton Street. Over on Mateo Street, a trail of aqua-blue chips from shattered car windows glittered along the gutter....
|TV SPORTS| |SUNDAY| USGA Golf--U.S. Open Championship, 11 a.m. (NBC) Auto Racing--Drag Racing, NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals, Part I, same-day tape, Noon (ESPN2), Part II, same-day tape, 10 p.m. (ESPN2); NASCAR Sprint Cup, Quicken Loans 400, Noon...
Metra has failed to come up with a partner to provide wireless Internet service for Chicago's commuters, but one of the New York area's major commuter rail agencies has found a way. A private company, Cablevision Systems Corp., will install Wi-Fi on...
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