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Voters to decide fate of Alaska oil production tax

Voters to decide fate of Alaska oil production taxAlaskans head to the polls Tuesday to decide if their old system for taxing oil companies is better than the new one.

Family finds wooly mammoth tusks 22 years apart

A western Alaska man has discovered a wooly mammoth tusk 22 years after his mother found one in the same location.

Woman survives Alaska bear mauling

Alaska State Troopers say a 57-year-old woman drove herself to a hospital after she was mauled by a brown bear.

Polar bear surprises women in tent on Alaska coast

Polar bear surprises women in tent on Alaska coastA polar bear surprised two women in a tent on Alaska's Barter Island but left when one of them yelled at the animal.

3 JBER Army units to be deactivated

3 JBER Army units to be deactivatedThree Army units at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage will be deactivated this week.

Update: Flood warning cancelled for Mendenhall Valley

Update: Flood warning cancelled for Mendenhall ValleyA release of water from a glacially dammed lake, or jökulhlaup, is the suspected cause of the flooding.

Crew, controller faulted in 2013 fatal crash

Crew, controller faulted in 2013 fatal crashThe two Anchorage commercial pilots failed to maintain minimal clearance while circling the Dillingham airport before they crashed.

100 Alaska firefighters to help in California

100 Alaska firefighters to help in CaliforniaAnother 100 firefighters from Alaska are headed to the Lower 48 to battle wildfires.

Permanent Fund tops $50B threshold

Officials transferred twice as much money for this year's annual PFD payment than they did last year.

Feds want ferry grants back from Mat-Su borough

Feds want ferry grants back from Mat-Su boroughThe FTA is asking for its money back after the Mat-Su Borough's failed to complete its plan for a Knik Arm ferry.