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A few locals have new statewide seats.
The two sides are still navigating their differences.
He also admitted to making inaccurate statements in a confirmation hearing.
He didn’t mince words.
Business will continue as usual.
He’s accused of trying to smuggle drugs into prison.
The case has dragged on for years.
Money may come. Eventually.
A former lieutenant governor candidate is among them.
The red dresses were a symbol.
The judge’s ruling is up to interpretation.
Regents frustrated with the setback.
The marine highway appears to be dodging some major costs.
That mega PFD isn’t happening this year, in his plan.
Sexual assault is a common focus of proposed legislation.
The new House members will get their assignments later.
Right place, right time, right equipment.
“She was part of our family.”
The talk centered around staffing and resources.
He has a history of violating protective orders.