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Update News: April 28th, 2014

In Monday’s news: Republican candidates for U.S. Senate seat answer questions at forum; Bering Sea alliance hosting conference in Gambell on Arctic infrastructure this week; Fairbanks…

Update News: April 24th, 2014

In Thursday’s news: Negotiators in AK House and Senate reach deal on education bill; A Kotzebue man faces felony charges after AST says he killed four…

Update News: April 24th, 2014

In Wednesday’s news: For the first time in almost 20 years, NJUS will raise water and sewer rates; State’s capital budget lingers in limbo as legislative…

Update News: April 21st, 2014

In Monday’s news: Non-white groups remain at higher risk for HIV, AIDS in Alaska; Legislature extends 90-day session to tackle education, budgets; Bill to create partially…

Update News: April 18th, 2014

In Friday’s news: NTSB releases preliminary report on recent Hageland crash; Federal Subsistence Board limits king salmon harvests on Kuskokwim River; Alaska House votes yes to…

Update News: April 17th, 2014

In Thursday’s news: Senate approves bill arming VPSOs; House advances bill to create arctic infrastructure fund; Joe Miller, U.S. Senate hopeful, holds campaign event Monday; Bill to…

Update News: April 16th, 2014

In Wednesday’s news: Senate Committee approves $3 million for Nome Middle Dock; Oil refineries could receive state funds to continue operating; The Alaska ICC discusses food…

Update News: April 15th, 2014

In Tuesday’s news: NTSB finishes on-scene investigation of recent Hageland crash; Nome Common Council increases port rates; St. Mary’s man dies in ATV crash; Alaska Senate…

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