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New Alaska National Guard commander to lead

The Alaska Army National Guard has a new commander.

Anchorage television station KTUU reports Col. Joseph Streff took the helm from Brig. Gen. Mike Bridges … more

Senate panel advances marijuana bill

Senate panel advances marijuana billSenate Finance moved the marijuana crimes bill Monday after adopting a new version.

First wood bison head for release in southwest Alaska

First wood bison head for release in southwest AlaskaThirty juvenile wood bison safely arrived early Sunday afternoon in a rural Alaska village, the first of 100 animals that will be released to restore wood bison to U.S. soil.

Police raid Anchorage marijuana activist’s club

Police raid Anchorage marijuana activist’s clubAnchorage police have served search warrants at marijuana activist Charlo Green's Alaska Cannabis Club.

New Alaska National Guard commander to take helm

New Alaska National Guard commander to take helmCol. Joseph Streff will take over from Brig. Gen. Mike Bridges at a ceremony beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday.

Money assigned to Juneau road, Knik Arm being redirected

Money assigned to Juneau road, Knik Arm being redirectedJeff Ottesen, the department's director of program development, said the money wasn't specifically earmarked for Knik Arm and Juneau access projects.

Walker wants agencies to review cybersecurity

Walker wants agencies to review cybersecurityThis comes after Premera Blue Cross announced it had discovered an attack on its system in which consumer data such as Social Security numbers and bank account information may have been accessed.

Sale of law firm included in Walker disclosure report

Sale of law firm included in Walker disclosure reportGov. Bill Walker and his wife each reported income of between $100,000 and $200,000 for the sale of their law firm.

House passes bill pushing back annual disclosure deadline

HB 65 would move the filing deadline from March 15 to May 15.

Lawmakers discuss residency requirement for university board

Lawmakers heard mixed feedback to a bill that would require regional representation on the University of Alaska Board of Regents.