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Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Craig Stowers delivered address to Legislature Wednesday, describing impacts of budget cuts to Judiciary.

Dept. of Corrections

Vaughn Clark, 40, was medevaced to Anchorage after a fight between inmates at the state's jail in Kenai.

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Local fishermen say several proposals up for discussion at the state Board of Fisheries'  Alaska Peninsula, Aleutian Island and Chignik meeting this month could affect the sockeye that return to Bristol Bay.

Bristol Bay Field Notes for February 5, 2016

Feb 9, 2016
Terry Fuller

    

Bristol Bay Sports Roundup for February 8, 2016

Feb 9, 2016
Dillingham City School District

    

KDLG

With lawmakers weeks away from passing the state education budget, Dillingham City School District is trying to plan for good, bad, and ugly budget scenarios for FY 2017.  

Skip Gray / 360 North

House puts everything but the budget on hold for now, and House and Senate minorities propose unity government. 

Photo by Skip Gray/Gavel Alaska

Rep. Bryce Edgmon (D-Dillingham) joins to take your comments and questions live on KDLG. 

Skip Gray / 360 North

A new law may clear an impasse in a stalled human trafficking case against Bill Allen, the former star witness in the federal corruption probe of Alaska politicians.

KMXT, Kodiak: One 28-year-old fisherman is dead and another is in custody after an early Sunday shooting in Kodiak’s Saint Herman Harbor.

Samuelson was in Juneau Tuesday, just after Walker published his nominees for Board of Fish seats. Back from that trip, he offered more perspective Friday morning.

Procedure of reducing felony charges to misdemeanors while the state seeks an indictment can be confusing the for accused, the victims, and as we saw this week, the public.

Liz Julian USFWS

Reaction to Board of Fish nominees, why felony prosecutions often get reduced, DPD has bodycams, kids learning to trap, and Winterfest has its queen. 

Courtesy Jenny Bennis

Outdoor skills? Star-lit walks on the tundra? Dead animals? Bad jokes? The 4-H Trapping Club has it all.

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DPD Officers say new, user-friendly cameras are making it easier to document their interactions, a practice that for decades was done with only audio recorders. 

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