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Valley Residents Get Sneak Peek at KGB Road Project

Knik-Goose Bay Road in the Mat-Su Valley has seen a growing number of commuters over the years -- with dozens of fatal accidents amid dangerous and congested conditions, which a state reconstruction project aims to fix.

Bill to Arm VPSOs Could Mean Additional Training

Bill to Arm VPSOs Passes Alaska Legislature

Legislation allowing Village Public Safety Officers to carry firearms unanimously passed the Senate Wednesday.

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.

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.

Concerns Raised Over Young Woman's Jail Cell Death(1)

Concerns Raised Over Young Woman's Jail Cell Death

One week after the death of 24-year-old Amanda Kernak, a woman who shared her cell is raising concerns about whether Kernak's death could have been prevented.

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Parnell Signs Law Defining 'Medically Necessary' Abortions

Gov. Sean Parnell signed Senate Bill 49 into law on Thursday, legislation that defines what constitutes a "medically necessary" abortion for purposes of state Medicaid coverage of their costs.

Parnell, Lawmakers Dwell on Appointee Residency Requirements

Controversial AGDC Board Appointment Confirmed

A joint session of the Alaska Legislature has voted largely along party lines to confirm out-of-state nominee Richard Rabinow to the Alaska Gasline Development Corp.’s board of directors.

Kuskokwim King Salmon Fishing Restricted to Qualified Users

Kuskokwim King Salmon Fishing Restricted to Qualified Users

After several hours of testimony and discussion Thursday, the Federal Subsistence Board voted to limit who can fish for king salmon on the Kuskokwim River if there is a harvestable surplus.

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