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Shelling adds to mounting civilian toll in Ukraine

The Associated Press DONETSK, Ukraine — Shelling in at least three cities in eastern Ukraine has hit a home for the elderly, a school and multiple homes, adding to a rapidly growing civilian death toll Tuesday. Read More:

Two thousand miles from the border, Syracuse finds itself in immigration debate

By Monica Hesse, Washington Post SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The immigration rallies — the protesters and the buses of undocumented immigrants that upended Southern California in early July — had already been on the news for a week when, 2,000 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border, Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner got an e-mail: Read More:

Israel steps up bombardment of Gaza; Netanyahu warns of long conflict

By Sudarsan Raghavan, William Booth and Ruth Eglash, Washington Post GAZA CITY — Israel targeted the home of the top Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday in some of the heaviest bombardments since the conflict began after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned his country that the mission would be longer and bloodier than […]

Six-figure bonus for UA president raises eyebrows amid budget cuts

By Michelle Theriault Boots, Alaska Dispatch News ANCHORAGE – Amid budget cuts and campus layoffs, the top executive of Alaska’s public university system has been offered a $320,000 retention bonus. The University of Alaska Board of Regents in June voted to offer a contract extension to president Pat Gamble that includes the bonus. Read More:

Doyon inks five-year deal with ConocoPhillips for $100 million drill rig

By Dermot Cole, Alaska Dispatch News FAIRBANKS — ConocoPhillips and Doyon Drilling announced a five-year deal Monday for a new $100 million drill rig that is to operate in the Kuparuk oil field starting in 2016. Read More:

Despite no scheduled public testimony, Wasilla residents pack City Hall over ATV ban

By Caslon Hatch, Channel 2 News ANCHORAGE – Despite the rain and the fact that there was no scheduled public testimony on the issue, every chair at City Hall in Wasilla was filled Monday evening. People wanted their voice heard on the proposed ATV ban. Read More:

Report: More acidic seawater poses risks in Alaska

JUNEAU – A new report says the release of carbon dioxide into the air from factory smokestacks to the tailpipe on your car could pose a risk to red king crab and other lucrative fisheries in Alaska. Read More:

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