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Alaska LNG export project advances despite oil price fall

Alaska LNG export project advances despite oil price fallOfficials connected to Alaska's massive liquefied natural gas export project say falling oil prices haven't slowed it.

Don Young, credited with effectiveness, says personality is part of his M.O.

Don Young, credited with effectiveness, says personality is part of his M.O.Alaska Congressman Don Young has been sworn in for his 22nd term.

In first batch of early bills, no big ticket items

In first batch of early bills, no big ticket itemsIn a little over a week, the 29th Legislature will gavel in. In preparation, lawmakers have released the first batch of bills they plan to consider.

State game board to review deer seasons, limits for Sitka

State game board to review deer seasons, limits for SitkaThe State Board of Game met this weekend in Juneau to consider a number of proposed changes to Southeast hunting regulations.

Number of women jailed in Alaska reaches all-time high

Number of women jailed in Alaska reaches all-time highAlaska's female prison population has reached an all-time high.

Reward offered for information on Juneau window vandal

Authorities in Juneau are offering hefty rewards to find a vandal who smashed the window of a pizza parlor.

Game, Fish boards meet to choose commissioner candidates

Alaskans could find out this week who will be nominated as the state's new commissioner of the Department of Fish and Game.

Anchorage Legislators consider ways to cut capital costs

Anchorage Legislators consider ways to cut capital costsBefore heading to Juneau, Anchorage Legislators are listening to community input on ways to cut state spending.

Walker: With state in red, oil tax credit payouts “unsustainable”

Walker: With state in red, oil tax credit payouts “unsustainable”The state still expects to collect $2 billion this year from other forms of oil revenue, including royalties, corporate income taxes, and property taxes from production.

School safety moves beyond the lockdown

School safety moves beyond the lockdownResearchers are developing new strategies to counter shootings at schools and other public places, and they’re not what you might expect.