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Former CBJ paralegal headed to criminal trial

Prosecutors allege Roxie Starr, 60, improperly accessed APSIN, the Alaska Public Safety Information Network.

State files for Juneau Access construction permit

State files for Juneau Access construction permitPermit would be for proposed construction in wetlands, tidal areas along Lynn Canal

Capital Transit meeting at UAS draws criticism, concern for disabled

Capital Transit meeting at UAS draws criticism, concern for disabledOf the 80 people who showed up at the public meeting, only one person spoke favorably about proposed changes to the bus plan.

Southeast Native community welcomes Walker and Mallott

Southeast Native community welcomes Walker and Mallott"It feels like we finally have Alaskans fighting for Alaskans. Gunalchéesh," said Richard Peterson, president of Tlingit and Haida Central Council.

Legislators prepare for marijuana regulation

Legislators prepare for marijuana regulationWith an initiative to treat marijuana like alcohol now certified, lawmakers are preparing for the issue to come up this legislative session.

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.

Wrangell assembly to intervene in two more timber lawsuits

Wrangell assembly to intervene in two more timber lawsuitsWrangell Borough Assembly has voted to participate in two more lawsuits seeking to block the Prince of Wales Island logging contract.

Sealaska selections in Tongass added to defense bill

Sealaska selections in Tongass added to defense billA long-awaited land selection agreement for Sealaska Corporation is among a package of public land bills that are now slated to move quickly through Congress

Compliance ordered for Ketchikan water supply

Compliance ordered for Ketchikan water supplyA compliance order from the state Department of Environmental Conservation spells out what the City of Ketchikan is required to do over the next couple of years to address ongoing water concerns.

Walker names Davidson health commissioner

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