It's been a long and sobering news week, but we've got you covered with all the important, terrifying, sad, and weird stories you may have missed.
Senator Mark Begich chose a "Rally for Equal Pay and a Fair Minimum Wage" to respond to the claim that he pays women staffers less than men.
Dan Sullivan's bizarre decision to ban media from his primary night victory speech set a new precedent and a bad tone.
Elections make it difficult to remember that there's a lot of other things happening in the world. Here's some stories you might have missed this week.
The Anchorage Assembly fell one vote shy of a veto proof majority as they pass repeal and replacement of last year's controversial labor law rewrite.
The Alaska Family Council/Action "Social Issues" Debate came exactly as advertised, providing Joe Miller a whole lot of spotlight and myriad bizarre claims.
Alien radio signals, creepy dolls, and fake artisan whiskey. Here's our staff picks for all the news worth a second look.
The balance of conservation and development in Alaska can be quite the moral pickle in the run-up to election day.