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Former Anchorage hospital employee sentenced for sex abuse of teen patients

Mon, 2014-07-14 13:07
Former Anchorage hospital employee sentenced for sex abuse of teen patients Former patient care technician Allen Kelly Miller, 29, was sentenced Monday in Anchorage Superior Court to 15 years with three suspended for sexually abusing two teenage girls who were under his care at Providence Alaska Medical Center.July 14, 2014

Katmai bear cam connects global audience to bears of Alaska

Mon, 2014-07-14 12:22
Katmai bear cam connects global audience to bears of Alaska For the third year in a row, viewers from around the world can tune in at almost any hour of the day to see bears along the Brooks River catching salmon and living their day-to-day lives on the Alaska Peninsula.July 14, 2014

Baltic Sea studies: Cleanup would benefit region's economy; algal blooms arriving earlier

Mon, 2014-07-14 10:34
Baltic Sea studies: Cleanup would benefit region's economy; algal blooms arriving earlier The entire Baltic region would reap economic gains from cleaner water, with benefits to the farming, tourism and fishing sectors, says the World Wildlife Fund study.July 14, 2014

Tim Bradner: Alaska could use more of the independent spirit Buccaneer displayed

Mon, 2014-07-14 10:24
Tim Bradner: Alaska could use more of the independent spirit Buccaneer displayed Australian-based Buccaneer, now in bankruptcy, drilled exploratory Cook Inlet wells in places larger companies ignored -- and met with some success.July 14, 2014

Full steam ahead for Asian icebreakers in the Arctic this summer

Mon, 2014-07-14 10:13
Full steam ahead for Asian icebreakers in the Arctic this summer Asian nations, which have already shown interest in methane hydrates, are sending research ships to the far north this summer to study geology and possibly resource-extraction potential.July 14, 2014

The secrets of Manitoba’s boreal forests

Mon, 2014-07-14 10:12
The secrets of Manitoba’s boreal forests In a province best known for its prairies, most of the land is actually boreal forest, and 80 percent of that remains intact, a new report points out.July 14, 2014

Lynne Curry: Target on my back and boring presenter

Mon, 2014-07-14 09:52
Lynne Curry: Target on my back and boring presenter Professional advice on what to do when the boss is out to get you, plus how to enliven PowerPoint presentations.July 14, 2014

Laine Welch: In Prince William Sound, remote-controlled gliders measure ocean acidification

Mon, 2014-07-14 09:49
Laine Welch: In Prince William Sound, remote-controlled gliders measure ocean acidification Unmanned gliders operated from Seattle by an iPad are measure the pace of ocean acidification in Prince William Sound, where they've found more extensive glacial plumes than scientists previously believed existed.July 14, 2014

Time Scanners: Petra

Mon, 2014-07-14 09:12

Structural engineer Steve Burrows leads his team of laser-scanning experts to Jordan to scan the ancient desert city of Petra. Using 3D laser-scanning technology, he wants to uncover its construction secrets and shed new light on this architectural wonderland lost to the West for more than 1,000 years.

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AK Beat: Wolf pups rescued from Funny River Fire head to Minnesota Zoo

Mon, 2014-07-14 08:40
AK Beat: Wolf pups rescued from Funny River Fire head to Minnesota Zoo The five pups will fly south Tuesday, accompanied by Alaska Zoo staff, to their new home at a zoo outside Minneapolis and St. Paul, where the public should be able to see them beginning in mid-August.July 14, 2014

Readers write: Letters to the editor, July 14

Mon, 2014-07-14 05:15
Readers write: Letters to the editor, July 14 LETTERS: Readers weigh in on Senate race, cynicism and oil taxes.    July 14, 2014

Cook Inlet Soccer Club leaves national tourney with two championships

Sun, 2014-07-13 21:19
Cook Inlet Soccer Club leaves national tourney with two championships MVPs Malia Lyken and Talon Stanley led a pair of Anchorage soccer teams to national championships Sunday in Greenville, South Carolina.July 13, 2014

Tennessee team blanks South for Legion baseball crown

Sun, 2014-07-13 20:15
Tennessee team blanks South for Legion baseball crown Columbia, Tennesse, shut out South to capture the championship of the BP Exploration Invitational baseball tournament Sunday at Mulcahy Stadium.July 13, 2014

Pair sets record in 200-mile race in Fireweed 400

Sun, 2014-07-13 19:43
Pair sets record in 200-mile race in Fireweed 400 Frederick Harbison and Eric Breitenberger rode to a new record in the 200-mile two-man relay race in the annual Fireweed 400 bicycle race.July 13, 2014

All Alaskans should join tribes against Ambler road proposal

Sun, 2014-07-13 19:40
All Alaskans should join tribes against Ambler road proposal OPINION: If Alaska builds the road to Ambler, it would not receive enough of a return on its investment and would be risking renewable resources that we all depend on, whether for pictures, float trips, survival, or general recreational activities.July 13, 2014

Price tag is steep for anyone hoping to find out how Alaska corrections officials investigate prisoner deaths

Sun, 2014-07-13 19:28
Price tag is steep for anyone hoping to find out how Alaska corrections officials investigate prisoner deaths Deaths are not unusual inside Alaska correctional institutions. What does appear to be irregular, however, is the state's process for reviewing and documenting Department of Corrections procedures surrounding individual inmate deaths. And getting that information could cost you thousands of dollars.July 13, 2014

Photos: HooDoo Brewing Company in Fairbanks

Sun, 2014-07-13 19:25
Photos: HooDoo Brewing Company in Fairbanks

Craft brewery HooDoo has made a big name for itself in the Interior Alaska city of Fairbanks in recent years, drawing thirsty customers to its brewery and tasting room.

July 13, 2014

In Fairbanks, local love keeps HooDoo Brewing Company in high demand

Sun, 2014-07-13 19:24
In Fairbanks, local love keeps HooDoo Brewing Company in high demand Two years ago, Bobby Wilken's dream of opening a brewing company became reality. Not only is the business thriving, he's barely keeping up with the demand for craft suds in the Interior Alaska city of Fairbanks.July 13, 2014

Sanders, Pelletier capture state golf titles

Sun, 2014-07-13 19:17
Sanders, Pelletier capture state golf titles Greg Sanders of Anchorage and Rose Pelletier of Palmer cruised to championships Sunday in the final day of competition at the Alaska state amateur golf tournament at Settlers Bay.July 13, 2014

Musk ox killed in Kotzebue after goring Iditarod musher's dog

Sun, 2014-07-13 19:13
Musk ox killed in Kotzebue after goring Iditarod musher's dog A lone male musk ox was shot by an area Fish and Game biologist in Kotzebue after a series of run-ins in the village, that culminated when he gored a sled dog of Iditarod musher John Baker.July 13, 2014

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