With allusions to grit, determination and self-reliance, Gov. Bill Walker delivered his annual State of the State address to Alaskans on Thursday night in the Alaska State Capitol.
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Gov. Bill Walker is giving his annual State of State Address Thursday night and you can watch it live on juneauempire.com.
A microphone can be a scary thing.
Lawmakers say multibillion-dollar budget deficit is expected to be partly resolved this year.