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The Alaska Senate just passed a crime bill. Here’s what it means for Gov. Dunleavy’s ‘war on criminals.’
The crime bill now heads to the governor’s desk.
It was a bittersweet day for JDHS.
The tournament ended how it began.
One team ended the other team’s season.
They play again Saturday.
Neither game went smoothly.
Investigators share initial findings.
Two big innings hurt the Bears in the opener.
He’s still eating and flying around downtown.
This ship even has its own brand of gin.
They’re looking for public comment.
Bills wage ‘war on women,’ speakers say.
It’s familiar territory for David Eastman.
Learn the story behind this rockin’ reptile.
The governor is happy.
Local lawmakers express disappointment.
Forty-nine Alaskans have died in the line of duty.
Two separate events became one.
The bill is essentially finished.
Winter service would be limited.