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UPDATE: Police break down perimeter, no suspects in custody

Police have removed the perimeter originally set up on W. 79th Ave following a shooting in the area at 5 p.m. Thursday afternoon.

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Dillingham prepares for Obama s visit

Dillingham residents hope fishing, erosion will be the focus of Obama's visit

Specific topics of discussion have yet to be released, but many residents of Dillingham hope fishing and erosion will be the focus when he visits on Wednesday.

MAP: Here’s where roads will be closed for presidential visit

Downtown drivers and workers will see traffic closures in the area of the Hotel Captain Cook, City Hall and the Dena’ina Center beginning Monday morning as President Obama visits to speak at the GLACIER arctic conference.


Musician speaks out against violence in ANC

Homicide, loss and sadness. Musician hopes to inspire peace

An Anchorage musician hopes a song he recently recorded will inspire people to stop the violence.

UPDATE: Police break down perimeter, no suspects in custody

Police have removed the perimeter originally set up on W. 79th Ave following a shooting in the area at 5 p.m. Thursday afternoon.

Subsistence hunting threatened in Alaska

Lawmakers hope to reform Alaska's subsistence management system

In 2009, then Interior Secretary Ken Salazar called the federal government's management of subsistence hunting and fishing "broken."

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ML&P resolves power outage in Anchorage

The cause of the outage was a tree that blew into a power line in the vicinity of 10th Avenue and C Street, Harris said.

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Crash closes westbound lanes of Dimond Boulevard at Briarwood

Drivers, Anchorage Police issued the following alert at 4:16 p.m.: "All westbound lanes on Dimond Boulevard at Briarwood are closed while vehicles involved in crash are towed." Police say no one has been injured. 

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Walrus leave ice, come ashore on Alaska's northwest coast

Pacific walrus have come ashore on Alaska's northwest coast in what has become an annual sign of the effects of climate change.

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A look back at previous POTUS visits to Alaska

1 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.
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