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Alaska among states suing over flow of water authority to feds

More than a dozen states are challenging a new rule that gives federal authorities jurisdiction over some state waters.

South Anchorage road worker killed in trench collapse

Alaska considers action, urges caution after death of construction worker

A South Anchorage construction accident that killed a 23-year-old worker this month has prompted state authorities to weigh action against his employer and urge greater caution in similar work statewide, officials say.

Weekend rains bring relief for Alaska wildfire crews

Weekend rains bring relief for Alaska wildfire crews

Weekend rains brought relief to crews battling Alaska wildfires, but conditions are expected to heat up later this week, capping a record fire month.

Polar Pioneer arrives in Dutch Harbor for Chukchi Sea drilling

Polar Pioneer arrives in Dutch Harbor for Chukchi Sea drilling

The first of two drilling rigs, scheduled to conduct exploratory drilling for Shell in the Chukchi Sea this summer, has arrived in the Aleutian Islands port of Dutch Harbor this weekend.

State Charges Dropped in Girl’s Fatal Heroin Injection

Anchorage man sentenced for giving girl, 14, fatal heroin overdose

A Navy veteran with service in Afghanistan, who pleaded guilty to fatally injecting a 14-year-old girl with heroin during a 2011 Anchorage party, has received the maximum sentence available for his charge in federal court.

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Alaska governor signs first tax increase in 10 years

Alaska Gov. Bill Walker has officially signed off on the state's first tax increase in a decade.

Man hit, receives head injuries crossing Glenn Highway

APD names man in critical condition after being hit on Glenn Highway

Anchorage police have identified a man who suffered head injuries when he was struck while trying to cross the Glenn Highway near Muldoon Road Sunday evening.

Volunteers build boxes for displaced sled dogs in Willow

Volunteers build boxes for Sockeye Fire's displaced sled dogs

A group of volunteers has come together to help out the many sled dogs displaced by the Sockeye Fire in Willow.

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