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Alaska and Yukon Headlines

AK Beat: Bicyclist dies after collision with Subaru on Anchorage road

Thu, 2014-01-02 07:51
AK Beat: Bicyclist dies after collision with Subaru on Anchorage roadCollision on Northern Lights Boulevard in Anchorage left the victim unconscious. He was pronounced dead at a local hospital.  January 2, 2014

Alaska fuel companies reach settlement in Nome fuel delivery

Wed, 2014-01-01 20:44
Alaska fuel companies reach settlement in Nome fuel delivery Behind the scenes of a historic wintertime fuel delivery to the Western Alaska community of Nome -- one hailed as a hallmark of cooperation -- two companies were fighting over broken promises and untold business secrets.January 1, 2014

Anchorage looks to Maine for clues to handle Alaska 'spice' problem

Wed, 2014-01-01 20:43
Anchorage looks to Maine for clues to handle Alaska 'spice' problem The ever-changing cocktail of chemicals that makes up synthetic marijuana, or "spice," makes it difficult for lawmakers to regulate. But Anchorage is hoping an example from the Northeast may help reduce the availability of the designer drug in Alaska's largest city.January 1, 2014

Alaska lawmakers shouldn't spend $100,000 on furniture design

Wed, 2014-01-01 20:08
Alaska lawmakers shouldn't spend $100,000 on furniture design COMMENTARY: The Alaska Legislature is spending up to $100,000 on furniture design for its Anchorage offices. The money would be better spent on actual furniture.January 1, 2014

Anchorage better at taking care of unwanted pets, but cats still flood shelters

Wed, 2014-01-01 20:06
Anchorage better at taking care of unwanted pets, but cats still flood shelters Anchorage is seeing fewer unwanted and stray pets. From January to October 2012, ACC took in 4,920 animals either as strays or after they were surrendered by their owners. That number dropped by more than 600, to 4,316, for the same period in 2013.January 1, 2014

Palmer PE teacher an inspiration for Alaskan children's healthy futures

Wed, 2014-01-01 17:47
Palmer PE teacher an inspiration for Alaskan children's healthy futures More than 150 schools and 10,000 elementary students around Alaska participate in the Healthy Futures Challenge, a program to empower children with the daily habit of physical activity, and some teachers are inspiring their students to live an active lifestyle.January 1, 2014

Analysis: Recalling the good moments in 2013 Arctic news

Wed, 2014-01-01 17:44
Analysis: Recalling the good moments in 2013 Arctic news It's easy to focus on doom and gloom in the Arctic, but much is going right in the far north. And 2013 was a good year on a lot of fronts.January 1, 2014

2014 begins with active aurora borealis forecast for Alaska

Wed, 2014-01-01 14:54
2014 begins with active aurora borealis forecast for Alaska An active aurora is forecast Wednesday night across much of Alaska, alongside a new moon that will lend itself to darker night skies and better viewing. But will cloudy weather hamper northern lights hunters?January 1, 2014