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25 cities that had a snowier winter than Anchorage

On the same day Alaska's largest city officially set a record low for annual snowfall, with 25.1 inches last fall through this spring, it also became clear that dozens of cities across the Lower 48 had snowier winters than Anchorage.

Gov: New name for Alaska census area named for confederate officer

Gov. Bill Walker has made official Alaska's intent to change the name of a census area named for confederate military officer Wade Hampton.

Charges: Man robs coffee stand, leads troopers on 100 mph-chase, exposes himself

Alaska State Troopers described a bizarre and busy morning for 27-year-old Harding Custer today. His Chevy Tahoe, however, is nowhere to be seen and authorities are asking for the public's help to find it. 

Fairbanks Snowshoe Hare Death Prompts Tularemia Warning

North Pole man sickened by 'rabbit fever'

Alaska Department of Fish and Game officials are warning after a North Pole man was sickened by tularemia, a bacterial infection known as "rabbit fever."

University of Alaska Southeast director won't take job

Just over a week before he was supposed to start, the newly named director of the University of Alaska Southeast-Sitka Campus says he won't be showing up for work.

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Walker reduces amount available for oil tax credits

Gov. Bill Walker is limiting the amount available to pay for oil and gas tax credits this fiscal year.

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Occupants flee injury crash behind Wasilla-area blackout

Alaska State Troopers are investigating a crash that left a woman injured and thousands of people near Wasilla without power early Wednesday, after the occupants of the vehicle left the scene.

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Day 1 for Berkowitz: Keeping a campaign promise, ruining a suit

Tuesday morning Ethan Berkowitz walked down 6th Avenue for the first time as Anchorage's mayor.

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