A spokesman for Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan said the mayor has been in Washington since Tuesday, meeting with Alaska’s congressional delegation and various government agencies on the potential for funding for the expanded port and a new Midtown transit center.Devin Kelly
Marijuana is more popular than most politicians, weed arrests dropped last year nationwide, and "Big Marijuana" is not coming to Colorado anytime soon, in today's weed roundup.Laurel Andrews,Suzanna Caldwell
More than a month after suing Gov. Sean Parnell for the release of public records related to problems in the Alaska National Guard, media outlets have received more than 2,000 pages of documents but the heavily redacted material sheds little light on how Parnell and his staff addressed guard-related complaints.   Jill Burke
Alaska Cannabis Club CEO and President Charlo Greene is challenging the Alaska Public Offices Commission, which wants to subpoena records related to what APOC believes are campaign finance violations committed by Greene.Suzanna Caldwell
In today's weed roundup, updated election results, a Virginia proposal to decriminalize, and the United Nations narcotics chiefs says U.S. marijuana votes may violate international law.Suzanna Caldwell,Laurel Andrews
With marijuana still illegal under federal law, the University of Alaska is reminding staff and students that the substance is still prohibited on campuses.Suzanna Caldwell
Bill Walker named former Alaska Senate President Rick Halford and Bethel Native leader Ana Hoffman to lead a transition team -- although at a press conference Wednesday, Walker and running mate Byron Mallott were careful to make clear they weren’t declaring victory.Richard Mauer
With just about 4,000 votes still separating Gov. Sean Parnell from challenger Bill Walker, Parnell said Wednesday that the race still isn't over, while Walker announced plans to begin planning for a transition in the governor's office.Alex DeMarban
As Alaska Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dan Sullivan declared victory early Wednesday, incumbent Democrat Mark Begich was not ready to concede.Alex DeMarban
 Republican Dan Sullivan won Alaska's U.S. Senate seat in a hotly contested race, beating a first-term incumbent as voter disapproval of President Barack Obama swept Democrats out of office and allowed the GOP to seize control of the Senate. Becky Bohrer
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