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Residents are being advised not to use the Kuskokwim River in western Alaska because of thinning ice.
The Richardson Highway was closed for about a 75-mile stretch, from Delta Junction south to Paxson, for about seven hours. Department of Transportation officials cited whiteout conditions, heavy and drifting snow and high winds when closing the road.
It calls for a 1 percent raise next year, a one-time $1,000 bonus for the Anchorage School District’s 3,400 educators and a modest bump in monthly insurance contributions.
The state of Alaska is calling on the federal government to split Fairbanks and North Pole into separate smoke pollution non-attainment areas.
Daniel Selovich, 37, of Manley Springs was arraigned Tuesday in Fairbanks Superior Court, where his public defender entered the plea on his behalf.
A federal agency has barred the oil company owners of the trans-Alaska pipeline from charging higher fees for moving oil after they mismanaged a project that lasted years longer and cost millions more than anticipated.
Alaska State Troopers on Tuesday said the body of Nicheal Snell was found Sunday on the winter trail between Kobuk and Shungnak.
Dozens of sculptures made of straw, cement, plaster and burlap are spread across an Anchorage beach in a public art installation that is focusing on mental health.