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ANCHORAGE, Alaska | 3 hackers get light sentences after working with the FBI |
Paras Jha, 22, of Fanwood, New Jersey; Josiah White, 21, of Washington, Pennsylvania; and Dalton Norman, 22, of Metairie, Louisiana, were sentenced Tuesday to five years of probation and 62½ workweeks of community service in U.S. District Court in Anchorage.
An Alaska Airlines exec speaks out about a secret weapon the company has against American, Delta, and United
"The fact that we do mile-for-mile and we have our companion fare (the program is) so generous," Alaska Airlines managing director of marketing and advertising,Natalie Bowman told Business Insider.
Tom Burke's Losing Alaska to preview at IFI Doc Fest on September 29th
Tom Burke’s newest feature documentaryLosing Alaskawill have an exclusive preview screening at the upcoming IFI Doc Fest in theIrish Film InstituteThe Irish Film Institute is Ireland’s national cultural institution for film. It provides audiences throughout Ireland with access to the finest independ
The Worst Is Probably Over at Alaska Air Group, Inc. -- The Motley Fool
In 2015 and 2016, Alaska's adjusted pretax margin reached 24%, a phenomenal achievement. However, its pretax margin fell to 17% last year and is on track to plunge into single-digit territory in 2018. As a result, the stock fell from an all-time high of around $100 in early 2017 to a multiyear low o
Welcome to this week’s edition of The Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape.
Welcome to this week’s edition of The Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape. Have you sent us a hot tip yet? Email us at email@example.com and, as always, thanks for reading.Last Thursday, Anchorage Downtown Partnership held a for
Seismic Activity Increases Around Alaska Volcano
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Federal money designated to help Alaska combat opioid crisis - State of Reform
“Our state has been hit hard by addiction to heroin and prescription opioids, which is one of the main factors that has caused an uptick in crime. The only way we can solve a problem of this magnitude is by working together with everyone impacted and with every organization capable of making a diffe
Seantor Sullivan takes over key military subcommittee with an eye on Alaska
Sullivan says his new post gives him a key voice when it comes to military training, base construction and decisions on base closures. Sullivan says with historic defense funding coming from this Congress, he is confident Alaska’s missile defense capability at Fort Greely, airpower at Eielson and ot
Alaska Natives Press Lisa Murkowski To Reject Brett Kavanaugh
“The questions and colloquies that came out of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate Judiciary hearings last week have necessitated us taking a position,” the group said ina recent statement. “AFN joins our colleagues and friends across Indian country in strongly opposing Judge Kavanaugh for the Supreme Co
Alaska health officials now recommend much higher Vitamin D supplements - Arctic Today
The decline of traditional Alaska Native diets, which often included salmon, seal or whale, has contributed to a rise in Vitamin D deficiency. (Dan Young / National Park Service)
Alaska man tied to girl's death makes first court appearance
Peter Wilson, 41, of Kotzebue is charged with making false statements as authorities tried to find Ashley Johnson-Barr.
Walker, Mallott weigh in against Kavanaugh - Must Read Alaska
Did they drink in high school? Did they smoke in high school? What women did they tumble with in high school?
East climbs to No. 1 in Alaska Top 5 - High School Football America
East’s 33-15 victory over defending Division I champ Bartlett gives us a new No. 1 in the High School Football America Alaska Top 5. Bartlett drops to No. 2, followed by Soldotna at No. 3, Colony at No. 4 and Palmer breaking into the rankings at No. 5 after knocking-off former No. 5 West Valley.
Kendall-Miller on Kavanaugh Senate Vote to Alaska Senator: Say No Senator Sullivan
U.S. Supreme Court nominee judge Brett Kavanaugh looks on in the East Room of the White House in Washington, U.S., July 9, 2018. REUTERS/Leah Millis via PBS
Alaska Guide Creations Bino Packs and Accessories Available in Mossy Oak Camo
Alaska Guide Creations is the manufacturer of the Original Binocular Pack. The first pack was designed by founder Jaret Owens in the 1970s; Owens wanted a more durable, versatile bino pack to use while guiding in Alaska and the product line took off from that moment. Owens’ ingenuity has revolutioni
Six Best Cruise Ports in Alaska, and What to Do When You Get There
This is a destination that speaks to visitors through its history, wild natural beauty, fresh seafood and the native culture of the Tlingit and Haida people. Most major cruise lines sail voyages on a regular circuit in Southeastern Alaska, and you can expect to find a good range of thrilling experie
Man charged in connection with Alaska girl's death
An Alaska man found with the cellphone of a missing 10-year-old girl was charged Monday in connection with her death after GPS coordinates of where the phone had traveled led authorities to the girl's body. Peter Wilson, 41, of Kotzebue, Alaska, was formally charged Monday with making false statemen
This Man's Giant Pumpkin Set A New Record At The Alaska State Fair
‘Tis the season for pumpkin everything. Pumpkin patches,pumpkin carving,pumpkin spicelattes — and naturally, pumpkin growing. To that end, Dale Marshall of Anchorage, Alaska has been hard at work raising healthy pumpkins this year, and it looks like it’s paid off.
@AlaskaNanooks Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony & Brunch Set for Saturday, Sept. 22 - University of Alaska Fairbanks
This Saturday, Sept. 22, the Alaska Nanooks Department of Athletics will induct four individuals and one team into the Nanook Hall of Fame. The Class of 2018 includes the late Frederick Boyle, Steve Frank, Tyler Kornfield, Don Lucia and the 2002-03 Alaska men's basketball team.
Scientists Say There’s A Geological Time Bomb Hidden Under Alaska – And It Could Be Catastrophic
In the remote reaches of Alaska, scientists have bored a tunnel deep beneath the tundra. As a result, everywhere they look, the remains of ancient animals peek out from the frozen ground. But this eerie graveyard has begun to thaw – triggering a time bomb that could have terrifying consequences for