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Life Informed.

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    Civil suit filed in controversial Anchorage assault case; Shrugging off lawsuit, Trump administration forges ahead with offshore Arctic drilling proposal; Dunleavy seeks regulation freeze; Coast Guard bill would end EPA permit mandate for fishing boats; Juneau seasonal cold weather emergency shelter begins operations Thursday; With election of Dunleavy, is climate action team out in the cold?; Anchorage teachers, school district reach contract agreement; The only thing people in Crooked Creek agree on about the Donlin Mine is that it’s coming; It was quite a week for Marko Cheseto, who became a marathoner and an American in a 3-day span

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    In September, a group of Alaskans handed Governor Bill Walker a 37-page playbook of policy ideas for climate change. Their plan now hangs in limbo.

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    If the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is going to hold an oil lease sale in the Beaufort Sea in 2019, the environmental review process needs to start now.

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    Dunleavy’s pick to become commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources, Corri Feige, said close examination of regulations that affect developing natural resources is important.

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    Changes in military structure, in particular the National Guard, have diminished the rate of service among Alaska Natives below past highs.

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    The Alaska Court of Appeals affirmed a superior court ruling Friday and will not test DNA evidence in a 36-year-old double murder case in Juneau. Newton Lambert was convicted of the murder of Anne Benolken in 1982 but acquitted in the killing of her husband, James Benolken.

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    The three-day language summit brought together nearly 80 speakers of the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian languages: Lingít, X̱aad Kíl and Sm’algyax.

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    Spruce beetles damaged nearly 600,000 acres of forest in 2018, and the damage continues to grow.

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    Sen. Jeff Flake says he'll vote against all judicial nominees unless the Mueller protection bill is brought to the floor for a vote. He needs one more Republican to join him. Murkowski says it won't be her.

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    The Alaska Housing Finance Corporation is working with statewide partners to hire a rural homelessness coordinator.

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    A former rural educator is about to become Alaska’s next governor. How the Dunleavy administration addresses public education policy is a big question looming over rural schools across the state.

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    In a press release Friday afternoon, the Dunleavy transition team wrote that the governor-elect wants to broaden the scope of which employees will be asked to offer leaving their jobs.

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    Inaugural celebration co-chair Cynthia Henry says Dunleavy is “more Carhartt than tuxedo.”

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    During freeze-up, travelers are often advised to wear life jackets or float coats when crossing the river and sloughs in case they break through the ice.

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    Anchorage Sen. Cathy Giessel will be the Senate president when the 31st Legislature is sworn in on Jan. 15.

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    Tamika Ledbetter currently manages the Anchorage/Mat-Su Economic Region for the department

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    If the forecast is accurate, 2019 would be the lowest odd-year pink harvest since 1987.

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    Ongoing vote counting flips tight Fairbanks legislative races; Dunleavy inaugural celebration schedule announced; Murkowski won’t block judges to get Mueller protection bill; Heroin disguised as Christmas package seized in Anchorage; Chukchi Sea polar bears thriving, study shows; Municipalities share state funding concerns; Lt. Gov. returns to Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta; ADF&G forecasts a ‘return to normal’ for Bristol Bay sockeye in 2019; State taps Portugal. The Man, other local bands for new hold music

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    Lt. Gov. Valerie Narr’araaluk Davidson took her first trip back to the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta earlier this week, visiting Yup’ik immersion school Ayaprun Elitnaurviat, Gladys Jung Elementary and technical training school Yuut Elitnaurviat.

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    Five songs by Alaska artists will now cycle through the state's hold music, thanks to a new effort called the Alaska Music On Hold Project.

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