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Alaska's fire season is already underway

Mallot talks state budget at Chamber of Commerce meeting

Responders stop North Slope oil leak

Alaska House will urge congress to scrap Real ID Act

Increased oil production makes $2.7 billion budget gap look less bleak

UA Board of Regents wrestles with budget cuts

Poll shows people favor income tax over losing PFD

New phone scam: people are pretending to be state troopers

UA Board of Regents meets over impending budget cuts

Troopers identify body found near Beluga Point

Hemp could be Alaska's new cash crop

GCI customers experience outages due to damaged cable

Governor Walker meets with Chinese president

UA plans special meeting to talk budget cuts

Anchorage elects first openly LGBTQ candidates to assembly

City of Juneau in legal battle with cruise lines

Alaska celebrates Seward's Day

Shifting ice damages, drains dam near Kodiak

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