Assembly approves nearly $6 million in grants

Service areas and projects throughout the Kenai Peninsula saw millions of state dollars appropriated Tuesday night.

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly members unanimously approved nearly $6... Read more

Independence Party candidate withdraws from senate race

JUNEAU — Vic Kohring, who was nominated for U.S. Senate last month by the Alaskan Independence Party, withdrew his candidacy in the interest of getting... Read more

Pigskin Pick'Em: The Sultan of Sides is back with gusto!

Blue forty-two, red sixty-six, razor, razor, hut-hut, HIKE!

Thank God it’s football season! The Sultan of Sides is back, after a summer of golfing, to... Read more

Rich Lowry: The real rape culture

There are no words for the horror of Rotherham.

More than 1,400 young girls have been raped and brutally exploited in the northern England town of... Read more

What others say: Political ads show relentless focus on trivia rather than real issues

Among those who have the power to do anything about it, this editorial will almost certainly fall on deaf ears. That’s a strange thing to... Read more

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ANCHORAGE (AP) — A federal judge has ordered the state to help some Alaska Native language speakers understand their ballots.

U.S. District Judge Sharon Gleason ruled... Read more

ANCHORAGE — A permit covering storm-water runoff does not apply to coal falling from a conveyor belt into Resurrection Bay at Seward, a federal appeals... Read more

SALT LAKE CITY — In one glass case sits a weathered page from the original Book of Mormon manuscript that Latter-day Saints believe was translated... Read more