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Here's what outsiders misunderstand about Arctic life, according to village leaders

KOTZEBUE – President Obama stood behind a podium Wednesday at the packed-to-capacity school gymnasium in this Arctic hub, speaking of the impacts warming climate trends have on life in the Far North.

Troopers ask for public's help to find couple accused of stealing trooper car

A man and woman from Big Lake are on the run from State Troopers after allegedly stealing a trooper patrol car. The agency is asking for the public's help to find the pair. 

Anchorage ties the record for warmest summer

The summer of 2015 has tied for warmest-summer on record in Anchorage, with an average temperature of 60.2 F degrees.  That's about 3.5 degrees hotter than average. 

Repsol settles with EPA over Alaska spill

The American subsidiary of a Spanish oil company will pay just over $30,000 after a 2013 spill on Alaska's North Slope.

Third suspect arrested in connection with fatal shooting of Anchorage teen

A third man was arrested and charged in connection with the death of an Anchorage teen Aug. 23, Anchorage Police wrote in a press release Wednesday. 

‘I loved Alaska’: Obama reflects on his trip across the state in short video

President Barack Obama recorded a short video, posted today, reflecting on his three-day trip across the state in which he made no grand policy announcements but sought to draw attention to climate change. Watch it here. 

Coast Guard suspends search for missing kayaker

The U.S. Coast Guard has suspended the search for an overdue kayaker in Knik Arm near Anchorage.

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President joins Native dance, dodges spawning salmon in Dillingham

Rain and cold weather did not dissuade residents in Dillingham from lining the streets to welcome President Barrack Obama after his arrival in the rural town Wednesday morning.

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Here's what outsiders misunderstand about Arctic life, according to villagers

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