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Sen. John McCain is diagnosed with brain cancer,


Wasilla's Mike Dunleavy will run for Governor


US Senator Dan Sullivan and nine others Cancel part of the August Recess


Still no resolution for the $3 billion state budget deficit


Keep Alaska Open for Business rallies held statewide


As shutdown looms, government departments reveal what will happen


House meets for one minute today; senate meets for eight


Alaskans plan statewide rallies urging legislature to pass a budget


Government agencies issue news releases about shutdown plans


Legislators have 22 days left to come up with a budget plan


The true cost of the legislative special session (Part 2)


Sen. Murkowski questions Air Force General on F-35 beddown


A look at how much legislative special sessions actually cost


Gov. Walker asks legislature to compromise


Gov. Walker proposes compromise fiscal package


Zinke signs order to restore access to NPRA, ANWR


Thousands of state employees could get layoff notices


U.S. Secretary of the Interior visits Fairbanks


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