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A similar bill was vetoed by Gov. Dun Mike Dunleavy last fall.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Monday afternoon.
Permit application withdrawn after Tokyo-based partners terminate agreement.
Outgoing Rorie Watt is expected to leave his post this fall.
The circumstances of the blaze make it unlikely to be an accident, fire marshal says
Here’s what to expect this week.
“We have no real power to stop what’s going on — even if we fight it seems to happen anyways.”
Alaska Peace Officers Association holds annual memorial service.
Forest Service’s preferred alternative outlined in new report.
Millions OK’d in the process.
Alcohol appeared to be a factor, according to police.
Police seize narcotics with an estimated value of $110,000.
A current proposal suggests six weeks of leaves for municipal parents.
3 people and a dog escaped the blaze, but a cat did not.
Each took a moment in local history and developed a fictional character who experienced that event.
Assembly OKs revised revenue agreement with Goldbelt, construction expected next summer
The proposal was orginally rejected in late April.
Intentional cause not ruled out, according to fire marshal.
Friday marked the end of over a year of drawn-out negotiations
Cause of fire is still under investigation.