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Fenumiai had been director of elections since 2008. She’s being replaced by Nome’s city manager, Josephine Bahnke, who will start in October.
As millions of acres of forests burn across the state this summer, there’s growing concern about what impact that might have on permafrost — and how melting permafrost might affect climate change.
Learn how to make freezer and cooked jam from local raspberries, salmonberries, and blueberries.
Once again this year, the NPS Nome Public Schools requested a donation from SNC of $150,000.
There is one beach in the Nushagak Bay that remains a home to local family operations.
The former secretary of state and current Democratic presidential candidate says she will appear to discuss the Sept. 11, 2012 attacks that killed four Americans, including the ambassador to Libya.
Small community jails rely on the Troopers to transport prisoners. Cuts to the Troopers’ and jails’ budgets means more difficulty when overseeing public safety.
Alaska Air executives said they’re maintaining market share at SeaTac Airport, which both Alaska and Delta now claim as a key hub.
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The Alaska Court of Appeals ruled Friday that video testimony, sparing children the ordeal of appearing in court, must be scrutinized by the trial judge.
The quake struck at 8:49 p.m. Sunday and was centered 45 miles southwest of the village of Nikolski at a depth of 16 miles.
A designation at the same level of heroin in the Controlled Substances Act means bankers don’t want to take the risk of handling money from pot businesses.
The storm that flooded Anchorage streets Saturday night also washed away Janice Anderson’s first home in 10 years.
The fishing boat carrying a man and two children left Homer on a halibut fishing trip Saturday. It was supposed to return Sunday afternoon but had not been sighted by 6 p.m.
The Alaska Department of Corrections said in a statement that 74-year-old William Wilson had been held since 1995 on a second-degree murder conviction.
An Anchorage police spokeswoman says there were no signs of foul play. It will be several weeks before the autopsy report is available.
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Speaking in a televised address in Damascus, Assad promised: “We will resist and we will win.”
The automaker admits it failed to promptly and effectively recall vehicles with defects, including ones that could cause drivers to lose control. The company will also buy back some cars from owners.
As the big tech firms grapple with a lack of diversity, three women of color who work in the industry talk about the challenges of expanding staff demographics.
Activists say the Syrian regime continues to attack its people with chlorine gas — with little reaction from an international community once focused on preventing Syria’s use of chemical weapons.