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Suspected gun thief arrested

Suspected gun thief arrestedMan took a .357 Ruger revolver from an unlocked case at Rayco Sales on Thursday evening.

With Medicaid language stripped from budget, path to expansion uncertain

With Medicaid language stripped from budget, path to expansion uncertainThe move is a setback for the Walker administration, which has made Medicaid expansion a top priority. But the fight may not be over yet.

Deeper Alaska ferry cuts planned by state House panel

Deeper Alaska ferry cuts planned by state House panelAlaska’s ferry system is facing even more service cuts. A House panel on Thursday yanked money from the marine highway budget that the governor had restored. And, it made additional cuts.

AWARE to expand Girls on the Run statewide

AWARE to expand Girls on the Run statewideThe state Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is helping to fund the expansion.

Economists: Statewide recession inevitable, but don’t panic

Economists: Statewide recession inevitable, but don’t panicA statewide recession will inevitably happen this year, say two economics experts from Anchorage. But there are reasons not to panic.

Juneau delegation plans to introduce bill naming SLAM, outlines budget effects

Juneau delegation plans to introduce bill naming SLAM, outlines budget effectsLawmakers also honor Paralympian Joe Tompkins.

Juneau Pride Chorus’s strong women

Juneau Pride Chorus’s strong womenThe Juneau Pride Chorus will perform its 17th annual concert at Northern Light United church on Saturday.

State considers B.C. mines as promoters plan visit

State considers B.C. mines as promoters plan visitA new Walker-Mallott administration working group is addressing British Columbia's mining boom near its border with Alaska. But the group is not ready to take the stands mine critics hope for.

AHFC: Gastineau Apartments beyond saving

AHFC: Gastineau Apartments beyond savingAn architect hired by Alaska Housing Finance Corp. estimates it would cost more than $1.2 million to tear down the Gastineau Apartments.

Capping caseloads ‘not realistic’ for state’s probation officers without funds

Capping caseloads ‘not realistic’ for state’s probation officers without fundsDepartment of Corrections Commissioner Ronald Taylor says the proposal would not be realistic without additional funding.
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