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Researchers to track sablefish populations

February 12th 7:17 am

Collaboration will enable scientists to donate research fish to hunger relief programs Needy Alaskans are enjoying a rare taste of sablefish, thanks to a science project that kept research fish from going over the rails. Sablefish, more commonly called [...]

Opinion: Myths and facts of Alaska's fiscal crisis

February 12th 7:17 am

Not a day goes by without Alaska's fiscal problems making the news. Whether cuts to public services, talk of new revenues, or a downgrade of the state's creditworthiness, it's hard to escape the numbers. With 737,000 people spread over 663,000 square miles, [...]

Opinion: Are politics getting in the way of federal support for Alaska?

February 12th 7:16 am

Alaska often complains that it is forgotten in Washington, D.C. — overlooked because of its geographical separation and small population relative to the contiguous states. While Ted Stevens managed to balance out those factors for many years, he is [...]

Cook Inlet Basin amplifies earthquake shaking

February 5th 9:04 pm

Millions of people live in dimples on the Earth's surface — often near the ocean, in lowlands between mountain peaks too rugged and cold. One of these global indentations, Cook Inlet Basin, recently showed another characteristic of the planet's basins [...]

ANSEP considers taking over Sitka boarding school

February 5th 8:57 pm

Mt. Edgecumbe High School may switch to a three-year accelerated program

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Update: Shooting victim involved in domestic disturbance, NSB says

February 12th 7:48 am

Update: The Barrow man who was shot and killed by North Slope Borough police officers yesterday morning was involved in a domestic disturbance, according to a statement from the borough released Thursday evening. Police received a 911 call reporting a man [...]

Tests detect algal toxins in Alaska marine mammals

February 12th 7:35 am

Consumption not discouraged, but concerns about future health raised

Whaling commission wraps up convention

February 12th 7:31 am

Commission addresses ways to maintain stocks despite environmental changes

Concerns raised over Red Dog tax proposal

February 12th 7:42 am

Stakeholders, assembly members speak out

Rep. Nageak outlines Arctic priorities for 2016

February 12th 7:40 am

Kivalina, roads, and natural resource development top the list

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