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Woman killed when car slides into oncoming lane in North Pole, troopers say

A 57-year-old Fairbanks woman was killed when her Subaru lost control and slid sideways into an oncoming lane, colliding with a van Thanksgiving night in North Pole, Alaska State Troopers say.

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Woman killed when car slides into oncoming lane in North Pole, troopers say

A 57-year-old Fairbanks woman was killed when her Subaru lost control and slid sideways into an oncoming lane, colliding with a van Thanksgiving night in North Pole, Alaska State Troopers say.

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Anchorage man dies after icy Parks Highway rollover

Alaska State Troopers say a 45-year-old Anchorage man has died after a single-vehicle rollover on the Parks Highway in the Cantwell area.

Small plane loses power, crashes west of Cook Inlet; 2 hurt

UPDATE: 55-year-old pilot seriously hurt in Alaska West Air crash, troopers say

Alaska State Troopers today identified the pilot injured in a Thanksgiving Day crash as 55-year-old Brad Adams, of Soldotna. His only passenger was a 16-year-old boy whom troopers have not publicly named. 

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Fairbanks municipalities plan marijuana meeting

Three municipalities within the Fairbanks North Star Borough will meet next week to discuss the new state law legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes.

Injured musher speaks from bedside about accident

A gloomy Thanksgiving Day couldn’t dampen the spirits of Karin Hendrickson.

Volunteers deliver hot Thanksgiving meals to home-bound seniors

Salvation Army volunteers prepared a full Thanksgiving dinner with the fixings for 350 people living in Anchorage.

Alyeska to possibly open by next Friday

Alyeska Resort could open the mountain by next Friday according to Brian Burnett, mountain services manager. Temperatures began dropping last night and crews jumped into action for making snow.

'I will be back on the trail next year!' writes injured musher Karin Hendrickson

'I will be back on the trail next year!' writes injured musher Karin Hendrickson

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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