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Iditarod musher Karin Hendrickson hit by vehicle, says she broke her back and leg

Four-time Iditarod finisher Karin Hendrickson suffered a broken back and broken leg after a vehicle struck her dog team just before 8 p.m. Tuesday near Willow, according to the musher's Facebook page and borough officials.

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Iditarod musher Karin Hendrickson hit by vehicle, says she broke her back and leg

Four-time Iditarod finisher Karin Hendrickson suffered a broken back and broken leg after a vehicle struck her dog team just before 8 p.m. Tuesday near Willow, according to the musher's Facebook page and borough officials.

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APD names man found dead near South Anchorage underpass

Police have identified a homeless man found dead near a South Anchorage underpass earlier this month, after locating and notifying his next of kin Tuesday evening.

AFD responds to RV fire in Mountain View

AFD responds to RV fire in Mountain View

Anchorage fire crews responded to a recreational-vehicle fire in Mountain View Wednesday morning.

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One dead, 6 hurt in Sterling Highway crash near Anchor Point

Alaska State Troopers say a Sterling Highway crash that killed a Homer woman Tuesday night also injured all six occupants of the other vehicle, including two badly hurt children flown to Anchorage for care.

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Former Anchorage mayor authors book on diabetes and weight loss

Former Anchorage Mayor Rick Mystrom has lived with Type 1 diabetes for 50 years. His latest book, "What Should I Eat?" was published in the spring and includes advice on how to manage diabetes and how to lose weight.

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Walker's first order of business: accepting Medicaid expansion

Governor-elect Bill Walker takes office on Dec. 1, following his inauguration, he says one of his first orders of business will be to reverse the 'Parnell administration's' decision to reject federal Medicaid funding.

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North Pole proposes tax increases ahead of Flint Hills Property tax reduction

The city of North Pole is looking to make up for an anticipated operating budget shortfall of $180,000 for 2015 due to the closure of the Flint Hills Refinery.

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Walker announces 4 appointees; names law partner attorney general

Alaska Gov.-elect Bill Walker on Tuesday announced four new staff members, naming his law partner Craig Richards as the new attorney general. 

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