ConocoPhillips reports net loss of $1.1 billion in second quarter

Global oil giant ConocoPhillips reported a heavy loss in the second quarter, leading execs to cut the budget yet again.


Those with homes on either ride of the danger had a chance to thank the men and women on the front lines during an open house at Goldenview Middle School.


About half of the team fighting the McHugh Fire has left Alaska and another 100 are expected to leave by the end of the week.



The president told Democrats he's "ready to pass the baton" to Hillary Clinton in her campaign against Republican Donald Trump.


Bear euthanized at Denali National Park


Crew members forced to abandon ship in Bering Sea heading to Anchorage


Boy Scouts save leader after heart attack on the lake


Man allegedly targeted sex offenders in series of crimes


Recalled mayor's brother-in-law elected North Slope Borough mayor


Former bank employee charged with embezzlement


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Mostly Cloudy, Showers...Very Common In AK


Police draw guns on Pokemon GO players after prank 911 call


Murkowski raises more than $730K during latest quarter


UPDATE: Owner of factory trawler abandoned by crew also owned Alaska Ranger


General Mills expands retail flour recall


Kodiak runway extends 600 feet into ocean as safety measure


Woman sentenced to four years in prison for toddler death


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Payment delays stall bulk water sales in Sitka


Two Alaskans perform at DNC events


Campbell Airstrip Road temporarily closed


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