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  • UAA volleyball stuns No. 2-ranked Western Washington October 20, 2019
    The UAA volleyball team stunned Western Washington Saturday at the Alaska Airlines Center, toppling the previously unbeaten Vikings 3-1 (25-19. 19-25, 25-20, 26-24).The victory included an impressive comeback in the fourth and deciding game, where the Seawolves trailed throughout. Western Washington led 15-8 and 19-13 and UAA didn’t hold a lead in the game until […]
  • Soldotna cruises to 8th straight Division II title October 20, 2019
    Team 20 scored 20 points in the first quarter Saturday and the rest was the kind of Alaska sports history that should stay etched in all memories.Scoring on its first five offensive possessions and adding an interception return for a touchdown, Soldotna and the camouflage championship lids the players and coaches wore at game’s end […]
  • AFN, Alaska senators focus on fighting crime, public safety shortages in the state October 20, 2019
    FAIRBANKS — The state’s largest Native organization on Saturday made a dire call for more state and federal support to combat high rates of violence in villages with few police, while Alaska’s U.S. senators underscored efforts at the federal level to address the problem.The Alaska Federation of Natives, ending its annual convention in Fairbanks, approved […]
  • Defense chief: US troops leaving Syria to go to western Iraq October 20, 2019
    ABOARD A U.S. MILITARY AIRCRAFT — Defense Secretary Mark Esper says that under the current plan all U.S. troops leaving Syria will go to western Iraq and the military will continue to conduct operations against the Islamic State group to prevent its resurgence.Speaking to reporters traveling with him to the Middle East, Esper did not […]
  • Trump’s abrupt withdrawal from Syria tests military’s ‘code of silence’ October 20, 2019
    A cascade of criticism by current and former military officials of President Donald Trump’s abrupt withdrawal from Syria has thrust into plain sight internal debates over the military’s role in foreign policy and whether uniformed officials have a responsibility to publicly appraise decisions affecting American security.Retired Gen. Joseph Votel, who stepped down this year as […]

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