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Butte Residents Work to Protect Property

Butte residents take matters in to their own hands to stop river from reaching property. The rising river has threatened Butte homes for about a week now. Residents living close recently got a permit to improving barriers themselves. 

Eagle River Rafters Face Rough Waters: Rescued With No Injuries

A group of rafters in Eagle River were rescued Saturday after being trapped near a log jam.

Anchorage School District Offers New Online Registration Tools

Parents with children already in the Anchorage School District can now easily register their child for the next school year in their own home.

Authorities Announce Controlled Training Burn at Fairbanks International Airport

Airport officials have announced a special training simulation at the Fairbanks International Airport, which may produce large plumes of smoke to be visible in the vicinity.

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Deal Reached Over North Pole Water Contamination

The state of Alaska is agreeing to share the preliminary costs to explore a water-system expansion in North Pole, where a refinery spill decades ago continues to contaminate groundwater.

Suspect in Two South Anchorage Robberies Sentenced

The man convicted of robbing two south Anchorage banks earlier this year has been sentenced.

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'Just in Time:' Troopers, Coast Guard Assist Damaged Boat

Alaska State Troopers and the U.S. Coast Guard were able to reach a damaged vessel and assist in repairs, just in time.

Anchorage Barbecue to Benefit Boy, 5, with Sickle-Cell Anemia

Anchorage Barbecue to Benefit Boy, 5, with Sickle-Cell Anemia

An Anchorage mother is pleading for help on behalf of her 5-year-old son. Nicholas Hinkins was diagnosed with sickle-cell anemia at birth -- and while a bone-marrow transplant is paid for, $50,000 in recovery costs aren’t.

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