Governor Dunleavy continues to grow cabinet

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Governor Mike Dunleavy was sworn in December 3, and continues to grow his cabinet. Dunleavy picked former state senator Ben Stevens, who was once a subject of a corruption investigation by federal authorities, to serve as one of the governor's three policy advisors focusing on transportation, legislation, and fishing, according to the associated press.

Earlier this week, Amanda Price was appointed the Commissioner of the Department of Public Safety, Kevin Clarkson was named to the Attorney General position and Nancy Dahlstrom was chosen as the Commissioner of the Department of Corrections.