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Alaska's unemployment now highest in the nation

US House approves bill allowing construction of road from King Cove to Cold Bay

Alaska's credit rating drops from nation's highest to third-lowest

Medicare and Medicaid Services Centers Approved Alaska's State Innovation Waiver

Special Session Lawmakers still Working out issues

Alaska's marijuana tax revenue

Young girl sexually abused after OCS places her in foster care

Denali Park celebrates 100 years

Sarah Palin sues New York Times for defamation

Ride-Share companies join Alaska's transportation industry

$29.7 million in federal funds will be dispersed to local governments

Dept. of Interior issues permit for State construction of road to King Cove

Wanted Ohio family may be hiding in Alaska

State of Alaska's credit rating is placed on a 'Negative Credit Watch'

'Fairbanks Four' trial witness, Arlo Olson, is found dead in F.C.C. cell

Grace Berg Schaible passes away at 91

UA Board of Regents meeting over budget, enrollment

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