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St. Paul area hit with slew of higher magnitude earthquakes in last 48 hours

The St. Paul region in the Pribilof Islands has been receiving some high activity of higher magnitude earthquakes in the last 48 hours, officials say.

Mark Begich new job

Former U.S. Senator, Mark Begich starts business development company, among other ventures

Mark Begich, former U.S. Senator, announced in a press release Saturday, that he started a new business development company called Northern Compass Group, among his other new ventures.

Mat-Su Valley plane crash

UPDATE: Alaska Wildlife Trooper plane involved in mid-air collision in Mat-Su Valley

UPDATE 5:15 p.m.: An Alaska Wildlife Trooper fixed-wing aircraft was one of the two planes involved in a mid-air collision in the Knik Goose Bay area of Mat-Su Valley, Saturday afternoon.

Second Fairbanks fugitive back in custody after Tok standoff

U.S. Marshals apprehended a fugitive wanted by Alaska State Troopers during a standoff in Tok early Friday, the day after troopers arrested a man who had walked away from a Fairbanks halfway house two weeks ago.

Man gets 40 years in deadly Dimond Center shooting over PlayStation 3

Man gets 40 years in deadly Dimond Center shooting over PlayStation 3

A man found guilty of second-degree murder in a 2010 shooting at Anchorage’s Dimond Center mall, following a dispute over a stolen video-game console, was sentenced Friday to four decades in prison.

Retired Army colonel named Alaska's new adjutant general

Retired Army colonel named Alaska's new adjutant general

Alaska Gov. Bill Walker named Alaska’s new adjutant general and deputy commissioner for the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs Friday, in hopes they would “take the reins, turn the page of the Alaska National Guard.”

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Police: Bethel woman shot dead early Friday

A Bethel woman was shot to death early Friday, according to police.

FCC says Alaska among nation's 10 worst states for broadband Internet

FCC says Alaska among nation's 10 worst states for broadband Internet

Alaska remains among the worst U.S. states for access to broadband Internet, especially in rural areas of the state, according to a new Federal Communications Commission report and broadband benchmark.

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