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Sullivan, Begich clash on policy in final U.S. Senate debate

ADN ANCHORAGE – Alaska’s two leading U.S. Senate candidates on Thursday night met for the last time before Election Day in a policy focused debate on the state’s public broadcasting network. Incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Begich and his Republican challenger, Dan Sullivan, fielded questions on energy development and the Arctic, and foreign policy and economic […]

5 months after Kenai family’s disappearance, police and relatives continue search

ADN KENAI — Every weekend, Dennis Gifford heads out into the boggy forests northeast of Kenai. He trudges through dense black spruce, over tussocks and marshlands, looking for a trace of his niece Rebecca Adams, her two young children, and boyfriend Brandon Jividen, who have been missing for five months. Read More:

Dunbar challenges Young on ethics violations in televised debate

ADN ANCHORAGE – Rep. Don Young criticized Democrat Forrest Dunbar on Thursday for bringing up U.S. House ethics violations in a televised debate for U.S. Congress, arguing that he was found not guilty because he received a letter of reproval, not a sanction. Read More:

Vacationing Fairbanks man watching video feed of his home sees it burglarized

Fairbanks Daily News-Miner FAIRBANKS—A Fairbanks man reported he saw his home being burglarized while he watched a live security-camera feed Thursday afternoon. A Gilmore Trail resident who is out of state on vacation reported he saw in the security footage a late 1980s Ford sedan pull into his driveway, according to an Alaska State Troopers […]

Alaska Senate race ad watch: Sullivan refutes attacks on his residency

By Casey Grove, News-Miner ANCHORAGE — Among the many attacks on both sides of Alaska’s contentious Senate race is one question about candidate Dan Sullivan that has lingered since before he won the Republican primary election: Is he “Alaskan” enough? Read More:

Group plan increases smaller than individual rate spikes

By Tim Bradner, Alaska Journal of Commerce ANCHORAGE – The huge spike in health insurance premiums in the individual market due to the Affordable Health Care Act hasn’t materialized for employer groups plans, the major player in Alaska health insurance says. Read More:

Gas line battle heats up in homestretch

By Tim Bradner, Alaska Journal of Commerce ANCHORAGE – In one of the final debates before the Nov. 4 election, Gov. Sean Parnell and his challenger Bill Walker jabbed at each other over the gas pipeline, health care, the state budget and in-state energy policy. Parnell, a Republican, is seeking his second full term. He […]

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