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Oil Spill training 15 years after major train derailment

Multiple agencies joined together for an oil spill drill taking place in Ship Creek. The exercise was headed up by the Alaska Railroad Corporation about 15 years since an actual spill threatened the Susitna River. 

(img1)Alaska Women Raise Money For Rare Disease Cure

Slowly going blind, 3 women work to raise money for a debilitating disease

A small group of Alaska women are preparing to participate in the Ironman Triathlon in Arizona next month.

Take a break from politics with these 8 great Alaska weather photos

Tired of the election cycle noise? Let's celebrate a different kind of season ... the shift from fall to winter across Alaska. Here are a few recent weather photos from all around the state. Be sure to share your best pic too!

Inmate-on-inmate attack suspected in Kenai prison assault

Inmate-on-inmate attack suspected in Kenai prison assault

An apparent inmate-on-inmate assault at a Kenai prison is under investigation, according to Alaska State Troopers.

FBI raids Anchorage health care firm in Medicaid fraud investigation

FBI raids Anchorage health care firm in Medicaid fraud investigation

An Anchorage personal-care provider was raided by federal agents Tuesday night, as part of a joint investigation with state prosecutors into alleged Medicaid fraud at the facility.

Stars of ‘Alaskan Bush People’ reality show charged with felony dividend fraud

A family who stars in the Discovery Channel series “Alaskan Bush People” has been charged in state court on dozens of counts of Permanent Fund dividend fraud and felony theft.

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Pebble Partnership sues EPA over contacts with environmentalists

The Pebble Partnership is suing the Environmental Protection Agency in federal court, seeking more details on what it calls “secretive meetings” by the agency with environmental groups and anti-Pebble activists.

APD seeks 2 girls, 11, last seen at Clark Middle School

APD says 2 missing girls, 11, found safe

Anchorage police have found a pair of 11-year-old girls last seen in the Mountain View area Tuesday morning, with both in good condition.

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