Anchorage Assembly considers ordinance ending taxi regulations

Anchorage Assembly considers ordinance ending taxi regulations

The Anchorage Assembly is considering an ordinance that would abolish some of the regulations on cab and limousine drivers in the local area.

Cassie Schirm
Alaska board nominee Shaw withdraws nomination

Alaska board nominee Shaw withdraws nomination

A former Ketchikan school board president has withdrawn his nomination for a state judicial conduct commission.

Associated Press
'Sully' blasts Boeing, FAA for 'conflicts of interest' on Boeing 737 Max

'Sully' blasts Boeing, FAA for 'conflicts of interest' on Boeing 737 Max

Captain Chelsey "Sully" Sullenberger, who piloted US Airways Flight 1549 to safety in 2009, blasted Boeing and the FAA for their roles in the two recent plane crashes involving the Boeing 737 Max 8.

CBS News
Bail denied for Mainer who's fighting extradition to Alaska

Bail denied for Mainer who's fighting extradition to Alaska

A Maine man who is wanted in Alaska for killing a woman more than two decades ago will continue to be held without bail.

Associated Press
2 Alaska deaths due to snowmobilers falling into open water

2 Alaska deaths due to snowmobilers falling into open water

Authorities in western Alaska say two people died after falling into open water while driving snowmobiles.

Associated Press
Anchorage Assembly unanimously bans flame retardant chemicals

Anchorage Assembly unanimously bans flame retardant chemicals

The Anchorage Assembly voted 11-0 on Tuesday to make it illegal to sell products like car seats, toys and furniture that contain certain flame retardant chemicals.

Angela Krenzien
Seward Highway back to normal after Tudor overpass repairs

Seward Highway back to normal after Tudor overpass repairs

Traffic patterns on the Seward Highway are back to normal, ending a months-long headache for Anchorage commuters.

Chris Klint
Dump truck driver medevaced after Wasilla collision

Dump truck driver medevaced after Wasilla collision

Two drivers were injured Tuesday night after Alaska State Troopers say a car and a dump truck collided in Wasilla.

Chris Klint
Healthy vocabulary sends Romig 8th-grader to National Spelling Bee

Healthy vocabulary sends Romig 8th-grader to National Spelling Bee

Students from across the state are in Anchorage for the Alaska State Spelling Bee.

Jennifer Summers
Judge asked to stop psychiatric patients from being sent to jail

Judge asked to stop psychiatric patients from being sent to jail

Public defenders say psychiatric patients' rights are being violated when they are held in jail awaiting evaluations at the Alaska Psychiatric Institute.

Lauren Maxwell
Dunleavy takes fiscal plan discussion statewide in public talks

Dunleavy takes fiscal plan discussion statewide in public talks

Gov. Mike Dunleavy will sit down with Alaskans and explain his fiscal plan in several cities statewide next week.

Steve Quinn
State would stop funding school construction under Dunleavy bill

State would stop funding school construction under Dunleavy bill

Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants to repeal state assistance for municipalities wanting to build new schools or rennovate old ones.

Steve Quinn
Talkeetna's new baler makes cardboard recycling a reality

Talkeetna's new baler makes cardboard recycling a reality

Cardboard recycling wasn't possible without the baler because it was too costly to move the materials, according to Talkeetna Recycling Works volunteers.

Heather Hintze
More chicken? Anchorage restaurants say there's room for Raising Cane's

More chicken? Anchorage restaurants say there's room for Raising Cane's

As Anchorage’s newest franchise chicken restaurant spreads its wings, local poultry places say they’re not concerned by the competition, but hope customers remember they have a choice.

Chris Klint
Seedlings are selling out months ahead of schedule

Seedlings are selling out months ahead of schedule

The Cook Inlet chapter of the Society of American Foresters says it has had such demand for its annual tree seedling sale that some species are sold out.

Angela Krenzien
Family, friends raising money to fund search for missing pilot

Family, friends raising money to fund search for missing pilot

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help with the cost of searching for a pilot missing near Rainy Pass since March 6.

Jennifer Summers
Anchorage School Board OKs fixing quake-damaged Eagle River schools

Anchorage School Board OKs fixing quake-damaged Eagle River schools

Anchorage School Board members have passed a resolution to fund repairs to earthquake-damaged Eagle River schools.

John Grobe
Weather still poor in Rainy Pass plane search Tuesday

Weather still poor in Rainy Pass plane search Tuesday

Clearing skies briefly renewed searchers’ hopes as they returned to the Rainy Pass area Tuesday, seeking a plane and pilot last seen nearly a week ago.

Chris Klint
Aircraft still missing near Rainy Pass overnight

Aircraft still missing near Rainy Pass overnight

Search efforts have been suspended overnight for a missing plane reported en route from Rainy Pass to Wasilla, and are set to resume Friday morning.

Chris Klint
Alaska athletes shine at Special Olympics World Games

Alaska athletes shine at Special Olympics World Games

Ayesha Abdul-Jillil and Demiko Colbert, the two athletes representing Alaska at the 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi, are making their mark on the competition.

Angela Krenzien
UA students push back on Dunleavy budget cuts

UA students push back on Dunleavy budget cuts

Students from campuses from around the state are in Juneau imploring lawmakers to say no to Gov. Mike Dunleavy's proposed $134 million in University of Alaska cuts.

Steve Quinn
Board of Game considers new black bear hunts in Chugach State Park

Board of Game considers new black bear hunts in Chugach State Park

The proposals would allow hunting in areas of the park that are close to Anchorage. Some people have raised safety concerns.

Lauren Maxwell
Black box from missing Guardian Flight recovered from Frederick Sound

Black box from missing Guardian Flight recovered from Frederick Sound

Senior vice president of operations Randy Lyman posted on Guardian Flight's Facebook page about the discovery.

Elizabeth Roman
Man takes 80-year plea deal for Christmas Eve 'ninja' murder

Man takes 80-year plea deal for Christmas Eve 'ninja' murder

Jaylyn Franklin, 22, is pleading guilty to murder for his role in the Christmas Eve 2016 shooting deaths of 38-year-old Christopher Brooks and his 32-year-old wife Danielle Brooks.

Angela Krenzien
Anchorage landfill remains open despite quake damage

Anchorage landfill remains open despite quake damage

Although crews are working to repair damage at the Anchorage Regional Landfill near Eagle River following the Nov. 30 earthquake, staff with the municipality's Solid Waste Services are still on-site doing their jobs.

Dave Leval
State ombudsman finds allegations against API ‘justified’

State ombudsman finds allegations against API ‘justified’

A Monday report from the state ombudsman has substantiated various allegations of improper conduct at the Alaska Psychiatric Institute spanning a four-year period.

Chris Klint
Grant funds trail grooming at Independence Mine

Grant funds trail grooming at Independence Mine

Mat-Su Parks Superintendent Stuart Leidner said a $15,000 grant from Friends of State Parks Mat-Su paid for grooming this winter. He said smooth trails make the area a destination for users of all skill levels.

Heather Hintze
Unseasonably warm weather holds as equinox nears

Unseasonably warm weather holds as equinox nears

Above normal temperatures have the end of winter feeling a lot more like the middle of spring.

Jeremy LaGoo
Restaurants offering more non-alcoholic beverages for Sobriety Awareness Month

Restaurants offering more non-alcoholic beverages for Sobriety Awareness Month

Restaurants offer special drinks during March, which is Sobriety Awareness Month.

Dave Leval
Man charged in Alaska cold case due in Maine court this week

Man charged in Alaska cold case due in Maine court this week

A Maine man who is fighting extradition to Alaska for a murder charge is due back in court for his case.

Associated Press
Haitim Taha appears in court after extradition from Israel

Haitim Taha appears in court after extradition from Israel

Haitim Taha is one of two people accused of killing Leroy Lawrence, a 17-year-old caught in the crossfire of a drive-by shooting in April 2017.

Dave Leval
AST: No injuries in plane crash near Talkeetna

AST: No injuries in plane crash near Talkeetna

Two people walked away safe from a plane crash involving 1967 Cessna 150H near Beaver Road in Talkeetna.

KTVA Web Staff
APD identifies man dead in Seward Highway crash at Potter Marsh

APD identifies man dead in Seward Highway crash at Potter Marsh

A two-vehicle collision on the Seward Highway near Potter Marsh Friday morning left a man dead and others injured.

Chris Klint
Avid outdoorsman Jeffrey Cheng remembered in Anchorage

Avid outdoorsman Jeffrey Cheng remembered in Anchorage

Family and Friends gathered in Anchorage to honor and say goodbye to new father, pilot and outdoor enthusiast Jeffrey Cheng.

Cassie Schirm
Cutting state inspector could close Alaska's last dairy farm

Cutting state inspector could close Alaska's last dairy farm

“If there’s no state inspector there’s no commercial milk," said Ty Havemeister, whose family has owned a dairy outside of Palmer since 1935.

Heather Hintze
Judge ups bail amount for woman accused of killing her daughter

Judge ups bail amount for woman accused of killing her daughter

The child was strapped into her car seat, appeared to have been stabbed multiple times and was obviously deceased, court documents say. 

Angela Krenzien
Anchorage Entrepreneurs get helping hand to set up shop

Anchorage Entrepreneurs get helping hand to set up shop

The Alaska Community Land Trust (ACLT) is on a mission to help remove the roadblocks for entrepreneurs living in low-income neighborhoods, specifically Mountain View, Fairview and Spenard, with a program called Set Up Shop.

Shannon Ballard
Help is available for people experiencing a mental health crisis

Help is available for people experiencing a mental health crisis

There are resources in Anchorage for people experiencing a mental health crisis, including Providence Hospital's Psychiatric Emergency Room.

Lauren Maxwell
State investigating 2 employees over bumper sticker response, Facebook posts

State investigating 2 employees over bumper sticker response, Facebook posts

Two state employees are under investigation for their response to a bumper sticker that read, "Black Rifles Matter."

Steve Quinn
House Finance to hold hearings around Alaska for comment on Dunleavy budget

House Finance to hold hearings around Alaska for comment on Dunleavy budget

House leaders say they want to present the state's fiscal situation to the public when it holds hearings in Anchorage, the Mat-Su Borough and Soldotna.

Steve Quinn
Proposed budget would eliminate housing, homeless services across Alaska

Proposed budget would eliminate housing, homeless services across Alaska

Advocates for the homeless in Anchorage say Gov. Mike Dunleavy's proposed budget would eliminate housing and homeless service programs across the state.

Cassie Schirm
Palmer restaurant makes 300+ mini pies for National Pi Day

Palmer restaurant makes 300+ mini pies for National Pi Day

While March 14 is a day designated to celebrate the number pi, many people use it as an excuse to indulge in pie.

Heather Hintze
Dunleavy aims to eliminate 'ocean rangers' aboard cruise ships

Dunleavy aims to eliminate 'ocean rangers' aboard cruise ships

Part of Mike Dunleavy's fiscal plan calls for eliminating a cruise ship environmental oversight program.

Steve Quinn
Missing or murdered: Prosecution rests in Thomas Skeek trial

Missing or murdered: Prosecution rests in Thomas Skeek trial

The state rested its case in the murder trial of Thomas Skeek on Thursday, but not before presenting a final witness who testified about the last time Linda Skeek's children saw their mother.

Lauren Maxwell
Nordic Junior Nationals return to Anchorage

Nordic Junior Nationals return to Anchorage

Anchorage is hosting the event this year for the first time since 2008.

Dave Leval
Wind-driven fire destroys Houston home

Wind-driven fire destroys Houston home

A Houston home was a total loss early Thursday in a fire fueled by high winds, drawing dozens of firefighters and sending one occupant to the hospital.

Chris Klint
The regulations to know before halibut season begins Friday, March 15

The regulations to know before halibut season begins Friday, March 15

Some new rules for catching halibut will depend on where you're doing your fishing.

Jeff Bridges
Half-built Midtown hotel burned in arson fire demolished

Half-built Midtown hotel burned in arson fire demolished

The partially constructed Midtown hotel that burned in January, during what police say was an act of arson, has begun to come down this week after a demolition order.

Chris Klint
Troopers name man killed in Seward Highway semi crash

Troopers name man killed in Seward Highway semi crash

Alaska State Troopers have named the man killed in Wednesday’s semi truck crash along the Seward Highway, which caused closures for hours near Moose Pass.

Chris Klint
Avalanche warning issued as snow keeps falling in Southcentral

Avalanche warning issued as snow keeps falling in Southcentral

Close to 3 feet and counting. Fresh snow raises avalanche danger in Southcentral.

Jeremy LaGoo
APD: Woman killed daughter then intentionally hurt herself

APD: Woman killed daughter then intentionally hurt herself

Anchorage police say officers found a girl dead and a woman wounded Wednesday morning in a vehicle at the Point Woronzof parking lot, as an investigation of what happened continues.

Elizabeth Roman
Murkowski among GOP votes to reject Trump emergency declaration

Murkowski among GOP votes to reject Trump emergency declaration

In a rebuke of President Trump, the Senate voted 59-41 to pass legislation Thursday afternoon rejecting his national emergency declaration concerning the U.S.-Mexico border.

CBS News
Anchorage street crews fill 200 potholes in less than a week

Anchorage street crews fill 200 potholes in less than a week

As spring breakup arrives, many Anchorage drivers are feeling the bumps in their car from potholes.

Joe Vigil
Snowboarder killed in Southeast Alaska avalanche

Snowboarder killed in Southeast Alaska avalanche

A second Alaska snowboarder in less than a week has been killed by an avalanche, Alaska State Troopers said Wednesday, after a slide near Haines in Southeast Alaska.

Chris Klint
Seward Highway semi truck wreck leaves 1 dead

Seward Highway semi truck wreck leaves 1 dead

The Seward Highway is seeing closures north of Seward due to a fatal collision Wednesday afternoon involving a semi truck, according to Alaska State Troopers.

Chris Klint
Bill would establish Alaska Native Heritage Month

Bill would establish Alaska Native Heritage Month

A bill introduced by two state senators would align the state with national and local Anchorage recognition of the month.

Jeff Bridges
Dallas Seavey scratches from Norway sled dog race, Finnmarksløpet

Dallas Seavey scratches from Norway sled dog race, Finnmarksløpet

According to the four-time Iditarod champion's Facebook page, his dogs had been suffering from tight forearms during the 750-mile race in Norway.

Jeff Bridges
Avalanche mitigation to slow Thursday traffic near Girdwood

Avalanche mitigation to slow Thursday traffic near Girdwood

Avalanche mitigation Thursday on the Seward Highway could cause delays up to 45 minutes near Girdwood.

Jeff Bridges
Conditions ground Rainy Pass search for missing plane

Conditions ground Rainy Pass search for missing plane

A week after a plane left the Rainy Pass area for Wasilla but never arrived, search crews were on a “weather hold” in attempts to look for it.

Chris Klint
ASD looks at long-term solutions for quake-damaged schools

ASD looks at long-term solutions for quake-damaged schools

Local educators heard a report at Monday's Anchorage School Board meeting regarding a long-term solution for two schools closed after the 7.1 earthquake that rattled the region on Nov. 30.

Cassie Schirm
FEMA visits hardware stores to offer help after Southcentral quake

FEMA visits hardware stores to offer help after Southcentral quake

Federal Emergency Management Agency crews are visiting four Southcentral Alaska hardware stores this week to connect with victims of the Nov. 30 earthquake.

Shannon Ballard
House committee flooded with calls supporting ferry system

House committee flooded with calls supporting ferry system

The House Transportation Committee took several hours of public testimony on Gov. Mike Dunleavy's call to effectively shut down the Alaska Marine Highway System by Oct. 1.

Steve Quinn
Troopers use new cameras to find people from the sky

Troopers use new cameras to find people from the sky

Both helicopters' $500,000 systems have an infrared camera and two electro-optical cameras, which make it easier to find people lost in the backcountry.

Heather Hintze
Ballots mailed as voting begins in Anchorage election

Ballots mailed as voting begins in Anchorage election

Ballots for Anchorage's April 2 municipal election were mailed to voters Tuesday morning.

Lauren Maxwell
Hunters face fines, forfeitures in illegal moose kills

Hunters face fines, forfeitures in illegal moose kills

A guilty plea in an illegal moose hunt last year has left two hunters with suspended hunting privileges, forfeited hunting equipment and thousands of dollars in fines.

Jeff Bridges
Statewide ski program in Unalakleet keeps kids active in rural Alaska

Statewide ski program in Unalakleet keeps kids active in rural Alaska

This year, Skiku is making several stops along the Iditarod trail and many other rural Alaska communities during 2019 Ski Week.

Scott Gross
Dunleavy says Legislature needs to produce a budget plan

Dunleavy says Legislature needs to produce a budget plan

Gov. Mike Dunleavy said last week it's the Legislature's turn to counter his proposal with one of their own, even as lawmakers still seek more information on his own plan.

Steve Quinn
Bogard Road traffic brings calls for slower speed limits

Bogard Road traffic brings calls for slower speed limits

Traffic in the Mat-Su Borough is growing rapidly along with its population, and residents near one congested corridor are asking the state to slow it down.

Heather Hintze
Poor weather still slowing Rainy Pass search for missing plane

Poor weather still slowing Rainy Pass search for missing plane

Five days after a pilot and a small plane disappeared near Rainy Pass, no sign of either has yet been found as search crews continue attempts to reach the area despite poor weather.

Chris Klint
Seward Highway re-opens at Tudor Road

Seward Highway re-opens at Tudor Road

Road closed for weekend while crews replaced beam damaged by dump truck in January.

Dave Leval
UAA students debate future of PFD, possible state taxes

UAA students debate future of PFD, possible state taxes

Students at the University of Alaska Anchorage discussed the state’s financial position Thursday night during the grand finale of the 12th annual Cabin Fever Debates.

Cassie Schirm
Anchorage voters faced with alcohol tax proposal in April election

Anchorage voters faced with alcohol tax proposal in April election

Anchorage residents will pay more for a drink or a bottle of wine if voters approve a 5 percent alcohol tax on the April 2 municipal ballot.

Lauren Maxwell
APD: Suspect arrested after hitting man on street with encased rifle

APD: Suspect arrested after hitting man on street with encased rifle

Anchorage police have arrested a suspect they say hit a man with an encased rifle in the middle of the street during an argument late Friday night.

Elizabeth Roman
APD names officers involved in Airport Heights shooting

APD names officers involved in Airport Heights shooting

Anchorage police have named the four officers involved in the Airport Heights neighborhood shooting that left one man dead last week.

Elizabeth Roman
'Jeopardy!' host has close ties to Palmer's Musk Ox Farm

'Jeopardy!' host has close ties to Palmer's Musk Ox Farm

Staff at the farm say Alex Trebek considers the musk ox his "spirit animal," visiting several times over the years.

Lauren Maxwell
Wasilla prom dress proceeds go to feed hungry students

Wasilla prom dress proceeds go to feed hungry students

Wasilla senior Madeline Emmi sells donated prom dresses for $10. The money raised goes to Project Sandwich to help feed students in need.

Heather Hintze
Murkowski helps introduce resolution honoring indigenous women

Murkowski helps introduce resolution honoring indigenous women

Introduced by Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Tom Udall, the resolution would honor the heritage, culture, and successes of indigenous women across the nation.

Jeff Bridges
Dunleavy to participate in global energy conference

Dunleavy to participate in global energy conference

Gov. Mike Dunleavy and some members of his administration will attended a global energy conference in Houston, Texas, next week.

Steve Quinn
'Save the Alaska State Fair Act' aimed at liquor license fix

'Save the Alaska State Fair Act' aimed at liquor license fix

The Alaska State Fair has received a two-year extension of its liquor license from the state ABC Board, but the fair's general manager says that's not good enough.

Shannon Ballard
Clouds cut short Friday search for missing Rainy Pass plane

Clouds cut short Friday search for missing Rainy Pass plane

A second day of attempts to find a missing plane in the Rainy Pass area with one person on board has ended Friday, after multiple agencies sent aircraft into low cloud cover.

Chris Klint
GCI restores service after Southcentral Alaska outage

GCI restores service after Southcentral Alaska outage

GCI customers in Anchorage, Eagle River and Wasilla who lost phone, cable and internet service Friday should once more be online, after an hours-long outage linked to a damaged fiber-optic cable.

Chris Klint
Charges: Man beat girlfriend to death at Spenard apartment

Charges: Man beat girlfriend to death at Spenard apartment

The man accused of killing a woman in Spenard Thursday allegedly beat her to death, according to charging documents.

Chris Klint
Family awarded $3.38M for Alaska cruise passenger's death

Family awarded $3.38M for Alaska cruise passenger's death

A federal jury says Royal Caribbean Cruises owes $3.38 million to the family of a passenger who died during an Alaska cruise.

Associated Press
World Bank says Venezuela must pay Conoco $8B

World Bank says Venezuela must pay Conoco $8B

An international arbitration tribunal is ruling that Venezuela must pay ConocoPhillips more than $8 billion as compensation for the government's expropriation of the U.S. oil giant's investments in Venezuela in 2007.

Associated Press
APD names suspect killed in Airport Heights officer-involved shooting

APD names suspect killed in Airport Heights officer-involved shooting

Anchorage police have named the man killed early Thursday by officers he allegedly fired on in the Airport Heights neighborhood.

Lauren Maxwell
FDA clears path for genetically modified salmon

FDA clears path for genetically modified salmon

U.S. regulators are giving the green light to salmon genetically modified to grow about twice as fast as normal.

Associated Press
Nov. 30 Southcentral quake's magnitude revised to 7.1

Nov. 30 Southcentral quake's magnitude revised to 7.1

Continued data review suggests the region's Nov. 30 earthquake was stronger than previously estimated.

Jeff Bridges
Conviction in Dimond Center murder overturned due to court mistake

Conviction in Dimond Center murder overturned due to court mistake

A murder conviction in a 2010 shooting at Anchorage's Dimond Center mall has been overturned, after an appeals court said the trial judge made a mistake in instructing jurors.

Jeff Bridges
'Unsettling' calving at Portage Lake caught on video

'Unsettling' calving at Portage Lake caught on video

What was going to be just another day of photo shoots on Portage Lake for Paxson Woelber and his girlfriend quickly turned into a lesson from Mother Nature.

Aaron Morrison
Palmer nonprofit opens store for reused building materials

Palmer nonprofit opens store for reused building materials

Tim Zalinger founded Mat-Su Valley Rebuild to give people a place to buy or donate used construction materials to keep them out of the landfill.

Heather Hintze
Dunleavy economist challenged on dual PFD positions

Dunleavy economist challenged on dual PFD positions

The Senate Finance Committee asked state economist Ed King about articles posted on his web site last year challenging assertions that the Permanent Fund dividend boosts Alaska's economy.

Steve Quinn
Anchorage firefighter who fell 100 feet from ladder returns to work

Anchorage firefighter who fell 100 feet from ladder returns to work

Injured firefighter Ben Schultz has come full circle, once again working at the Anchorage Fire Department after a 2017 training accident that nearly took his life. 

Joe Vigil
Why do we observe daylight saving time in Alaska?

Why do we observe daylight saving time in Alaska?

Alaska observes daylight saving this weekend. But as clocks turn forward, do the changing hours really help Alaskans?

Jeremy LaGoo
East High sends students home early after bomb threat

East High sends students home early after bomb threat

A bomb threat at East High School prompted school officials to send students home early Thursday.

Jeff Bridges
Young becomes longest-serving Republican in Congress

Young becomes longest-serving Republican in Congress

In a video commemorating his new record, Rep. Don Young discusses Alaska, his memories and his regrets.

Jeff Bridges
APD IDs victim in ‘suspicious death’ at Dimond Boulevard home

APD IDs victim in ‘suspicious death’ at Dimond Boulevard home

Anchorage police say a woman’s death Friday afternoon at a residence along Dimond Boulevard is considered suspicious, and are asking the public for help learning more.

Chris Klint
Suspected 'vehicle prowler' killed by Anchorage police

Suspected 'vehicle prowler' killed by Anchorage police

A man described as a vehicle prowler was shot and killed by Anchorage police officers early Thursday morning in Airport Heights, according to an Anchorage Police Department Nixle alert.

KTVA Web Staff
Assembly criminalizes possession of bikes without serial numbers

Assembly criminalizes possession of bikes without serial numbers

The Anchorage Assembly has passed an ordinance aimed at helping police target bike thefts, by criminalizing the possession of bicycles that appear to be stolen.

KTVA Web Staff
Lawmakers want deeper analysis from Dunleavy's budget team

Lawmakers want deeper analysis from Dunleavy's budget team

Members of Senate and House Finance Committees want to understand the effects of Gov. Mike Dunleavy's proposed cuts.

Steve Quinn
Lawmakers question pot board pick on anti-marijuana bias

Lawmakers question pot board pick on anti-marijuana bias

Gov. Mike Dunleavy's nominee for the state Marijuana Control Board faced state lawmakers Wednesday, who grilled her regarding her alleged opposition to the pot industry.

Shannon Ballard

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