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Woman chains herself to Shell ship in bay north of Seattle

Protester leaves Shell ship north of Seattle; 1 remains

One of the two protesters who chained themselves to an Arctic oil-drilling support ship parked north of Seattle has left the vessel.

Anchorage police seek armed felon after Sunday confrontation

Anchorage police seek armed felon after Sunday confrontation

Police are asking for help locating an armed felon, who allegedly fired a stolen weapon as officers tried to speak with him outside a South Anchorage home early Sunday.

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Motorcyclist medevaced from Talkeetna-area Parks Highway crash

A man critically injured in a Parks Highway motorcycle crash near Talkeetna was medevaced to an Anchorage hospital Saturday morning, Alaska State Troopers say.

Deadhorse flooding recedes; Dalton Highway remains closed

Deadhorse flooding recedes; Dalton Highway remains closed

Saturday measurements suggest flooding on the Dalton Highway near Deadhorse is receding, but state crews haven't yet begun repairs amid a closure expected to continue into next week.

Walker declares second disaster in Dalton Highway flooding

Gov. Bill Walker has issued his second disaster declaration in two months for water on the Dalton Highway, during a visit to Deadhorse to inspect damage from Sagavanirktok River flooding.

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Unsalvaged black bear carcasses left at North Pole dump

Alaska State Troopers want to find out who left a pair of dead, skinned black bears at a North Pole dump Thursday, illegally failing to salvage meat from their carcasses.

Oregon town turns to fake orca for real sea lion problem

Oregon town turns to fake orca for real sea lion problem

An Oregon community is bringing in some unusual help to try to fix their sea lion problem. They're hoping a fake killer whale from Bellingham, Washington, will do the trick.

Coast Guard, Troopers Searching for Kasilof River Kayaker

Heavy seas cause fuel spill from Cook Inlet landing craft

U.S. Coast Guard officials are responding to a fuel spill from a 9,000-gallon diesel fuel tank being carried aboard a landing craft, which ran into heavy seas in Cook Inlet early Saturday morning.

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