Juneau Mayor Greg Fisk had suffered injuries when his son found him dead Monday afternoon, investigators say, but police wouldn't describe the injuries due to an ongoing investigation.
Chris Klint
Alaska’s cannabis industry will need to meet Permanent Fund dividend residency requirements after the Marijuana Control Board reversed an earlier decision Tuesday morning.
Laurel Andrews
Job growth, however slight, continued across Alaska for the first six months of 2015, a result that was not particularly different from the same figures over the last decade, according to data released Tuesday by the state Department of Labor.
Jeannette Lee Falsey
Anchorage police are asking for help from the public in finding the suspects behind a seven-hour spree of vandalized vehicles on Monday spreading from East Anchorage to Midtown.
Chris Klint
Shallow permafrost lies beneath the surface of more than a third of mainland Alaska, but 16 percent to 24 percent will disappear by the end of the century, the study concludes.ScienceYereth Rosen
Investigating a string of thefts within a company can be difficult, but simply firing a suspect isn't the best way to proceed. BusinessLynne Curry
Opinion: Joseph Murphy helped many people before he died while in protective custody in a Juneau jail cell, where help was denied when he needed it most. CommentaryCharles Wohlforth
Atz Kilcher, star of the Discovery Channel reality show "Alaska: The Last Frontier," is looking to build up a site at Fox River where young people can gather to work on art projects.KenaiThe Associated Press

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