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A 17-year-old girl was shot in the lower back at a Sunday morning house party in Anchorage, according to police, who are seeking more information on the shooting.
Alaska Dispatch News
Marked by dueling issues of property rights and public access, a plan for access to Chugach State Park has sparked a wide range of diverging viewpoints in the Municipality of Anchorage. At its heart are fundamental questions about who can have access and who will ultimately pay. 
Devin Kelly
Relationships between the U.S. Senate campaigns and the outside groups that support them highlight how the technical definition of coordination leaves ample room for cooperation -- and undermine arguments that outside spending is actually independent.
Nathaniel Herz
The Tennessee-based independent says it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent to buy “substantially all” of Buccaneer’s operating assets in Alaska for approximately $40 million to $50 million. It intends to fund the acquisition “with its existing facilities or other borrowings.”
Eric Lidji
At an Assembly work session Friday afternoon, Kate Giard unveiled preliminary recommendations for the municipality's SAP project and warned that "fear" of the $31.6 million project inside Anchorage City Hall could undermine its success.
Devin Kelly
The city of Bethel’s new pool and fitness center is set to open in early November after decades of bake sales -- and a $23 million state appropriation in 2012. The last barge of the year will bring furnishings and workout equipment. Rural AlaskaLisa Demer
A new hour-long documentary about fish farming created by a lifelong Alaskan aims to inform Americans about the fish they're consuming.We AlaskansJill Homer
Alaskans have said goodbye to The Monkey Wharf, the Elbow Room, Blues Central and other spots. But the revivals of Alice's Champagne Palace in Homer and Louie's in Douglas are bright spots for afficianados of classic Alaska bars. We AlaskansMike Coppock
OPINION: Former Alaska Republican Party chair Debbie Brown expects the Alaska court system to act swiftly and dismiss the disruptive lawsuit against the candidacy of Bill Walker and Byron Mallott.CommentaryDebbie Brown

Voices

Rep. Millett: Delaying Alaska Native language bill for AFN conference not political timing

OPINION: Waiting until the Alaska Federation of Natives conference in October to sign a bill declaring 20 indigenous languages official in Alaska has broad support and is not a political ploy by an incumbent governor and legislative majority during an election year.Rep. Charisse Millett

Adventure

Iditarod photographer recounts adventures on the trail in 'Chasing Dogs'

Photographer Jeff Schultz has spent more than three decades as official photographer for the Iditarod, meaning he's accumulated tens of thousands of photographs and just as many stories on the race. He shares some of each in his new book.Colleen Mondor

Culture

Alaska From Scratch: Apple, pecan and feta green salad with balsamic vinaigrette

I’m always amazed at the way food makes an impression on us, even years later, miles away. I remember who sat across the table from me, and although the content of our conversations is now obscured in my memory, those same feelings of warmth and kindness rise up with each bite of apple mixed with feta and pecan.Maya Evoy

News & Politics

Measuring ground movement in Minto, other remote Alaska sites

A sophisticated earthquake detector being installed in the Interior Alaska community of Minto is part of a plan to carpet the state with such instruments every 50 miles, from the Alaska Peninsula to Barrow.Ned Rozell

Nation/World