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An Anchorage psychiatrist is accused of billing Medicaid more than $300,000 for services authorities said were never provided.
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A bill that would allow people to carry concealed handguns on University of Alaska campuses has been pulled.
The families of two inmates who died in Alaska jails within a week of each other are looking for answers to questions they say are not being answered.
The superintendent of Fairbanks schools was placed on leave while a hired law firm investigates how the district handled a case of alleged sexual abuse by an employee, school board officials said.
A Topeka, Kan., church known for protesting at the funerals of soldiers says it plans to picket the Alaska Native Heritage Center on June 1.
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Developers are planning to build an upscale housing complex in Anchorage at the site of an aging mobile home park.
The Alaska Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling that a tribal dispute involving leadership should be settled locally, not through the court system.