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Men Sentenced for Evidence Tampering in Deadly 2011 Shooting

Men Sentenced for Evidence Tampering in Deadly 2011 Shooting

During an emotional appearance in Anchorage Superior Court Wednesday, two men found guilty of tampering with evidence in a deadly 2011 double shooting heard their sentences.

Coghill: Senate May Be Reluctant to Move on Minimum Wage Bill

Coghill Pulls Bill Allowing Guns on UA Campuses

The sponsor of a bill to allow people to carry concealed handguns on university campuses has asked that it be pulled this year.

Sterling Highway Driver Nearly Causes Crashes in DUI Case

A Sterling man has been arrested on DUI and assault charges, after Alaska State Troopers say he drove under the influence of drugs and placed drivers near the town in peril Wednesday morning.

Parnell Handles Range of Questions in Online Town Hall

Gov. Sean Parnell says repealing the state's oil tax structure would "kill" oil production.

Former UAA Faculty Member Arrested in Child Porn Case

Former UAA Faculty Member Arrested in Child Porn Case

A former University of Alaska Anchorage faculty member has been arrested on child pornography charges, after a public call for information on his whereabouts Tuesday night.

Anchorage Psychiatrist Accused of Medicaid Fraud

One day last summer, an employee who billed patients for psychiatrist Dr. Shubhranjan Ghosh allegedly noticed something strange: a series of charges associated with a “patient” who had never been inside Ghosh's Anchorage office.

Parnell, Lawmakers Dwell on Appointee Residency Requirements

Parnell Signs Bill on AGDC Appointments

Gov. Sean Parnell has signed into law a bill allowing out-of-state residents to serve on the board of the Alaska Gasline Development Corp., or AGDC.

Experts Argue All Sides of Alaska Marijuana Legalization

Pot Ballot Backers Pledge Funds, with Stipulation

The first volley in the fight over the ballot measure to make recreational use in Alaska legal has been served.

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