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Democrats pin Senate hopes on a Kansan

By Jonathan Martinsept, New York Times TOPEKA, Kan. — The Senate race in Kansas may suddenly be the most crucial contest in the country. Republicans are scrambling to protect a longtime incumbent. Bob Dole is back on the campaign trail. The state’s Democrats have no candidate and are trying to say as little about that […]

Islamic State group calls for attacking civilians

By Bassem Mroue and dMaamoun Youssef, Associated Press BEIRUT (AP) — Fighters of the Islamic State militant group are ready to battle a U.S.-led military coalition seeking to destroy it, the group’s spokesman said in a new audio recording in which he called on Muslims worldwide to kill civilians of nations that join the fight. […]

KTVA reporter drops f—-bomb, quits on-air, reveals herself as owner of Alaska Cannabis Club

By Laurel Andrews, ADN ANCHORAGE – Reporter Charlo Greene quit on-air during KTVA-TV’s 10 p.m. newscast Sunday, revealing herself as the owner of the medical marijuana business Alaska Cannabis Club and telling viewers that she would be using all of her energy to fight for legalizing marijuana in Alaska. Read More:

New Stuyahok VPSOs both arrested, fired after domestic assaults

By Dave Bendinger The 510 residents of New Stuyahok are currently without the protection of a village public safety officer, after both David Eneyuk and David Walcott were fired last week. The state has charged both men with beating their wives in separate, alcohol-fueled incidents earlier this month. Read More:

History of tragedy follows family of man killed in Anchorage hit-and-run

By Michelle Theriault Boots, ADN ANCHORAGE – Guy Merculief, killed in a hit-and-run early Saturday morning in Anchorage, was not the first member of his family to be run down on the streets of Alaska’s largest city by a stranger. First there was Caroline Merculief, his niece, who died in 2001 after being beaten and […]

Verizon’s Alaska entry a double blow to Alaska Communications

By Pat Forgey, ADN JUNEAU — A magnitude 5.9 earthquake that struck Southeast Alaska woke residents and rattled shelves but did little damage — except to one company. Alaska Communications System Group’s crucial undersea fiber-optic cable providing phone, Internet and other data services to Southeast Alaska was severed. Read More:

Man accused of shooting black bear in closed area

By Associated Press JUNEAU – A 42-year-old Douglas man has been charged with a misdemeanor for allegedly shooting a black bear as it rummaged through trash in his yard. Read More:

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