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A report shows that about 7,500 more people moved out of the state than arrived in fiscal year 2014.
Federal authorities say the death of some of the walruses at a haul-out site in northwest Alaska were caused by humans, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service believes it has identified those responsible.
The state is hoping to kick-start a mass exodus from Newtok through a national competition for states and local governments vying for a slice of $1 billion from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Road crews are clearing snow drifts Friday from a section of the only road available for hauling supplies to Alaska’s North Slope oil fields.
The finalists are Angela Rodell; Brian Rogers; Alexander Slivka and Glenn Cipriano.
The business’s window was broken and items taken the night of Sept. 28 in the 2200 block of Jordan Avenue.
Alaska State Troopers have already grounded one of their two search and rescue helicopters due to budget cuts, and officials say if changes aren’t made they may not be able to afford the other.
Officials warn scams can be fake charities, aggressive investment clubs and phony talent agents offering to launch children’s careers.