Crash victims identified Friday as search for wreckage continues. Debris linked to plane picked up on Lake Clark Thursday, approx. 11 miles northeast of Port Alsworth.
Alaska Judicial Council interviewed seven candidates and took public testimony Tuesday before selecting Tina Reigh and Lance Joanis to send to Gov. Walker.
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