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Governor to release Parnell budget without endorsements

Gov. Bill Walker plans to release the budget of his predecessor without endorsements to satisfy a Dec. 15 deadline for proposing a budget.

Fairbanks men detain theft suspect with bed frame, plow

A Fairbanks man and his father and used a metal bed frame and a snow plow to detain a suspected truck thief.

Board revokes liquor license of boat strip club

The Alaska Alcoholic Beverage Control Board has revoked the liquor license of a strip club operating on a boat outside the city of Kodiak.

Denali mountaineering concession contracts planned

Denali mountaineering concession contracts plannedNational Park Service officials say the agency plans to award as many as six mountaineering guide service concession contracts for Denali National Park and Preserve.

Walker names Davidson health commissioner

Gov. Bill Walker has announced Valerie Davidson as the new state health commissioner.

Entrepreneurs prepare for marijuana trade

Attorneys and entrepreneurs are lining up for what they hope will be a business boom stemming from Alaskans voting to legalize recreational marijuana.

Napaskiak woman arraigned on murder charge

A 20-year-old southwest Alaska woman was arraigned Sunday in Bethel on a charge of first-degree murder in the death of her uncle.

Bill Walker sworn in as Alaska’s new governor

Bill Walker sworn in as Alaska’s new governorWalker was sworn in Monday in Juneau with his wife Donna, their four children and two grandchildren at his side.

Alaska lawmakers hold private LNG project meetings

Alaska lawmakers hold private LNG project meetingsAlaska lawmakers, legislative staff and gas line consultants attended private meetings and signed confidentiality agreements about the Alaska LNG project.

Court: Landowners may be eligible for compensation

The Alaska Supreme Court has ruled that a group of landowners may be eligible for compensation after suing the state for burning their properties