Juneau Assembly bans homeless from sleeping downtown

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Alaska farmers push for hemp legalization

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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Feb. 17, 2017

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Meet Marcia LaSalle, from Wisconsin

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Waiting for winter: ice roads mean the North Slope can get to work

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Walker orders state agencies to pursue grants to fight opioid epidemic

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Lobbyist tax gets pushback in Alaska state House

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Environmental group to sue Hilcorp over Cook Inlet gas leak

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Report pinpoints concerns over new oil tanker escorts for Prince William Sound

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Governor Walker issues disaster declaration on opioid epidemic

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Can home wood pellet boilers go from fringe to mainstream?

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Lawmakers grill Alaska’s gasline corporation on its budget

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New fee would sharply hike state fees for studded tires

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Cook Inlet company fined nearly half a million dollars for safety violations

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Matt Hall wins Yukon Quest race, just in time for lunch

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