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Indicted man remains on job at Corrections

ANCHORAGE (AP) -- An internal affairs investigator for the Department of Corrections remains on the job, despite having been charged in a federal indictment with bankruptcy fraud.

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Man held in assault on officer damages cell

...30, is charged with criminal mischief as a result of the incident on Saturday, said Bruce Richards, a spokesman for the Department of Corrections. Smart allegedly broke the sprinkler system, causing about 300 gallons of water and fire suppression...

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State urges speedy reopening of Kivalina schoolf

...situation where a chief executive officer has come in and closed a school indefinitely,'' said Harry Gamble, spokesman for the Department of Education. He said education Commissioner Shirley Holloway is asking the school district to reopen McQueen...

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Hospital: Marchetti fired for performance reasons

Central Peninsula Hospital announced that former employee Joseph Marchetti, the gunman who opened fire on two hospital administrators on Nov. 26, was fired a day earlier for performance reasons.

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Senate approves measure requiring longer highway use

JUNEAU (AP) -- The Senate approved a measure on Tuesday to require the state transportation department design some highways that last longer.

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