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Anchorage police department and union reach agreement on body-worn camera policy, 2 years after approved by voters

Even with the agreement, the timeline for when the cameras will actually be on officers is still unknown. 
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Campsites around Midtown Anchorage park will be cleared starting June 6

It's the first major camp abatement of the year in Anchorage. Many questions remain about where and when people can set up camps with shelter space full.
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Anchorage Assembly rejects $550K Demboski legal settlement, opts to pay out MacAlpine

Both Amy Demboski and Heather MacAlpine allege they were illegally fired by Mayor Dave Bronson's administration.
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Anchorage task force recommends opening supervised campsites for the homeless 

The task force also calls for community council input, buying emergency shelters and requesting that state and private landowners sponsor additional camps.
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Anchorage science teacher named Alaska’s Teacher of the Year

Anchorage School District's Catherine Walker was presented with the prestigious award on Friday during a surprise school assembly.