Hilcorp production temporarily shut down after Cook Inlet gas leak

An oil and natural gas production company has temporarily shut down following a gas line leak in Cook Inlet.


A taxi driver was robbed at gunpoint early Saturday morning in Fairbanks.


Alaska lost 6,500 jobs between February 2016 and February 2017, according to the Department of Labor & Workforce Development from sectors of the economy tied directly to the oil industry.



Congressman Don Young says he would have been a 'no' vote on the American Health Care Act had it gone to a floor vote.


Murkowski named one of Elle's 2017 Women in Washington


DATA VIZ: Tuberculosis in Alaska (2006 - 2015)


Engineering the most annoying sound ever


Anchorage Assembly establishes ride sharing rules


An Alaska military commander weighs in on North Korea threat


Graffiti eraser; meet the guy who cleaned up the locomotive


Trump administration approves previously delayed Keystone XL pipeline


Sunny over the weekend, clouds move in next week.


UAA unveils new lactation pod providing privacy for nursing moms


Alaska lawmakers: GOP health care bill would be bad for Alaska


Longtime restaurant owners retire after 64 years of working together


Alaska military commander concerned North Korea threat has increased


Senate passes ride-sharing bill, 14-5, battle heads to House


Update: Good Samaritan cleans off train graffiti


Alaska travelers, civilian military employees will soon need a passport unless Legislature passes REAL ID bill


Tow truck company's yard near capacity, abandoned vehicles blamed


Palmer man indicted for murder and drug trafficking could face death penalty


Sunny, melty days....crisp, icy nights.


Spanish, Japanese and alternative programs; hundreds wait for results on the school lottery


Overdose first aid; Covenant House residents build Naloxone kits


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