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Suzanna Caldwell
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Reporter at Alaska Dispatch News, outdoor enthusiast, wannabe hipster
Reporter at Alaska Dispatch News, outdoor enthusiast, wannabe hipster

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Here's a good heartwarming story for your Monday. Far from home, a Christmas Islander finds a stronger heart through the generosity of a few Alaska fly fishermen.

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The EPA released its final assessment of the Bristol Bay Watershed Wednesday, saying a mine like Pebble could devastate the ecology of the region. 

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In the wake of news that the state’s Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory had discovered issues related to the testing of illegal drugs, suspects and attorneys are unsure how pending drug cases will be affected.

'IRREGULARITIES' AT STATE CRIME LAB COULD COMPLICATE DRUG CASES
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A judge ruled Wednesday that Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan's veto power is sweeping and he had the authority to veto the assembly's decision on when to hold an election on a controversial labor law ordinance.

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Cogeneration units provide big heat and power savings for H2Oasis.

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Volumes of natural gas in Southcentral Alaska might be shored up, but concerns linger.

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As Congress looks at food stamp reform, Alaska social services brace for impact.

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Fauske updates Anchorage on plans the small-diameter natural gas pipeline.

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Small, independent power producers say large utilities hold all the cards when it comes to negotiating purchase agreements. Could changing the 31-year-old RCA regs encourage the development of renewable energy in AK?
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