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Courtesy of the Department of Public Safety.
Trooper Chris Havens poses with his canine partner Helo in this undated photo. Because of Alaska's new marijuana law, the Alaska State Troopers' 10 drug-detecting dogs will have to be retired and replaced.

Pot puppies get pink slip

The Alaska State Troopers' 10 drug-sniffing dogs will be out of work once using and carrying small amounts of marijuana becomes legal Feb. 24.

by KATIE MORITZ

For traders, oil's plunge takes a toll on egos and accounts

NEW YORK - The plunge in oil has crushed the Russian ruble, erased $80 billion from Exxon Mobil's market value and pushed Venezuela to the brink of economic collapse.
BERNARD CONDON and JONATHAN FAHEY

Cabinet-level rural advisor planned

The Walker-Mallott administration will be appointing a cabinet-level rural policy advisor within the next week to help it achieve its goal of creating “relationships with tribal government that are rich and strong and allow us to work...
KATIE MORITZ

Consultants suggest possibly revisiting Cook Inlet credits

JUNEAU - Legislative consultants this week suggested that it may be wise for lawmakers to examine their approach to creating incentives for oil and gas development from Cook Inlet.
Becky Bohrer
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