News archive from 21 March 2015

Delaware church ordains first married lesbian couple

Delaware church ordains first married lesbian couple

WILMINGTON, Del. -- On Sunday, less than a week after the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) approved allowing same-sex marriages in its congregations, Kaci Clark-Porter and her wife, Holly, will walk down the aisle of Wilmington's First and Central...

 
Charles, Camilla make the most of Kentucky

Charles, Camilla make the most of Kentucky

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla breezed through Louisville on Friday. The prince called for urgent restructuring of local and global economies to save humanity from itself. During a speech before a full house of several hundred people at the...

 
Navajo Nation policeman, suspect killed in shootout

Navajo Nation policeman, suspect killed in shootout

Navajo officer killed in the line of duty PHOENIX — Navajo Nation police officer was shot and killed after responding to a domestic violence situation in the Four Corners region, according to Navajo authorities say. The officer, identified as Alex...

 
Pharrell: 'Blurred' verdict was 'shocking'

Pharrell: 'Blurred' verdict was 'shocking'

Pharrell Williams rang in the United Nations' World Happiness Day on Friday, but there was a cloud in his sky: that Blurred Lines verdict. Williams told Access Hollywood he thinks the jury made an emotional decision, misunderstanding copyright...

 
Despite pause, Uber will work to serve welcoming Alaska community

Despite pause, Uber will work to serve welcoming Alaska community

Uber arrived in Anchorage to a tremendous reception from riders and drivers alike. We heard from folks thrilled by the possibility of being able to request a safe, reliable ride at the tap of a smartphone, and we partnered with nearly 100 eager...

 

Students walk out of U-Va. meeting over bloody arrest

University of Virginia students stormed out of a meeting Friday aimed at resolving questions tied to Wednesday's violent arrest of a student leader, who is black. In a recap on its website, the school based in Charlottesville, Va., described the...

 

Shooting at New Orleans airport

The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport announced Friday night that there was a "security incident" at the facility that published reports indicate was a shooting. Three people have been shot, according to Fox 8 Live, but there...

 

Smith, Jolliff conquer orienteering long course

Cory Smith conquered the long course among men and Jen Jolliff bagged the women’s victory Wednesday night in the Arctic Orienteering Club’s Rock-Ski or Run O at Bartlett High. Smith clocked 18 minutes, 18 seconds, on the 5.7-kilometer course along icy...

 
From homicides to housing, and everything in between: 36 questions for Anchorage's mayoral candidates

From homicides to housing, and everything in between: 36 questions for Anchorage's mayoral candidates

With the April 7 Anchorage mayoral election drawing near, we sent identical questionnaires to all the candidates, giving them a chance to clarify their positions on a wide range of issues. Here are their unedited responses.   General 1. Why are you...

 
Love at 34,000 feet: Pilot proposes to Alaska Air flight attendant midflight

Love at 34,000 feet: Pilot proposes to Alaska Air flight attendant midflight

A midflight marriage proposal Wednesday left an Alaska Airlines flight attendant so speechless she almost forgot to say yes. Eric Greener, 30, proposed to Brandy Hollenbeck, 34, on a morning flight from Seattle to Juneau, surprising Hollenbeck and...

 

Coffey's lawyer threatens stations if they rebroadcast old, embarassing recording

An attorney for Anchorage mayoral candidate Dan Coffey sent a threatening letter to local radio and TV stations this week seeking to prevent a repeat disclosure of an embarrassing recording that was widely distributed seven years ago.  The letter...

 
Frat members face charges in ski-resort trashing

Frat members face charges in ski-resort trashing

See the aftermath of the $100,000 damage-spree at a northern Michigan ski resort and hear from local people as well as students as a police investigation continues three weeks after the Jan. 17-18 ski trips. DETROIT — They are no longer members of the...

 
'White out' glitch reveals lethal-injection pharmacy

'White out' glitch reveals lethal-injection pharmacy

NASHVILLE — After a fight all the way to the Tennessee Supreme Court to keep the names of people involved in executions private, attorneys say the state Department of Corrections has inadvertently released one of the names. A bad "white out"...

 

Anchorage police can't substantiate rumor of gun threat at Service High

Anchorage police said Friday they could not substantiate a rumor circulating through the Service High community about a gun threat at the school.  Anchorage Police Department spokeswoman Jennifer Castro said it was unclear where the rumor originated,...

 

Coffey's lawyer threatens stations if they rebroadcast old, embarrassing recording

An attorney for Anchorage mayoral candidate Dan Coffey sent a threatening letter to local radio and TV stations this week seeking to prevent a repeat disclosure of an embarrassing recording that was widely distributed seven years ago.  The letter...

 
Pagina:

News Widget for Webmasters

Newsrt at twitter

«
»
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
            1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31