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NTSB: Cockpit Discord Preceded Deadly Cantwell Crash

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What Went Wrong in Deadly Cantwell Flight?

A plane that crashed near Cantwell last year, killing three people, was on an Alaska tour marked by disputes between its pilots before it made a low pass over an airport runway and continued six miles into poor weather.

Alaska Regional Hospital Guard Charged in Woman's Sexual Assault

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State Drops Charges Against Hospital Security Guard

An investigation by the Anchorage Police Department revealed "substantial doubt" about an alleged interaction between an Alaska Regional Hospital security guard and a 17-year-old girl.

Campaign Signs Can Stay Up For Now in Anchorage

Tuesday’s primary election may be in the books, but many of the political signs from some of the summer races remain.  Anchorage’s Code Enforcement Chief Jack Frost says under a rewritten version of Title 21, signs of losing campaigns or candidates can stay in place indefinitely.

Driver in 2012 Midtown Hit-and-Run Faces Sentencing

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Driver Sentenced in 2012 Midtown Hit-and-Run

A man convicted on charges linked to a hit-and-run crash in which a man lost part of his leg nearly two years ago was sentenced to more than two years in prison Friday.

Austin Baird / KTUU-TV

2 Men, Woman Accused of Sexual Assault

Two men are charged, a 22-year-old woman is sought for allegedly sexually assaulting a man with a broom, bullets.

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Muskox Shot Dead While Attacking Dog

Another close encounter with a muskox—this time in the community of Wales—that saw an angry bull charge a tethered dog several times before ending with the muskox being killed.

Parnell Appoints Franklin to Head Regulatory Board

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Gov. Sean Parnell has appointed an Anchorage municipal prosecutor to lead the agency that regulates Alaska's liquor industry.

Prince of Wales Island Timber Sale Approved

A timber sale on Alaska's Prince of Wales Island has received final approval from the U.S. Forest Service following delays because of concerns from environmental groups over old-growth timber and the impact the sale would have on habitat for a population of wolves.

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