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“The case that never ends.”
Native issues, Native control.
More details have emerged in court.
Don’t forget these victims, she says.
That sunny summer is to blame.
Around 200 people showed up.
She was arrested Friday.
He was arrested Dec. 2.
He wants Alaska on administration’s radar.
He ran and then jumped into Twin Lakes.
Find out where, how and what to give this month.
It’s part of a nationwide movement.
The Army and the agencies both look to benefit.
It’s his second escape attempt this year.
The investigation will go back to 1951.
He’ll submit a budget this week.
A meth-filled teddy bear was involved in one case.
There are still questions about specifics in the ruling.
There’s a discount if you come in wearing Xtratufs.