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Oil-drilling camp on North Slope hit by fire; no one hurt

KTUU-TV reports that an overnight fire broke out at the campsite of an Italian oil company's drilling project in the North Slope, but no one was injured.

Thieves target Anchorage nonprofit’s donated goods

An Anchorage nonprofit that helps people with disabilities has been contending with thefts and vandalism during the Christmas season.

Troopers say body of avalanche victim recovered

Alaska State Troopers say an avalanche survivor and another man have recovered the body of a Delta Junction man killed in the same avalanche.

Woman dies in shooting in Fairbanks

Fairbanks police are investigating the shooting death of a woman at a residence Wednesday afternoon.

Soldier charged in Fairbanks weekend robberies

A Fort Wainwright soldier suspected of holding up several people at gunpoint has been charged with robbery and misdemeanor theft.

Police investigate Eagle River home invasion

Anchorage police say they are questioning a suspect in a home invasion early Tuesday morning in Eagle River.

2 vehicles sink on Fairbanks ice stretch used as a shortcut

2 vehicles sink on Fairbanks ice stretch used as a shortcutAt least two vehicles recently sank into the Chena River on a section long used as an ice-covered shortcut

Front Street clinic faces staffing challenges

Front Street clinic faces staffing challengesA Juneau health center that faced closure earlier this year over funding now is struggling to keep top positions filled.

Appeals court to reconsider Tongass case

Appeals court to reconsider Tongass caseIn March, a divided three-judge panel sided with the state of Alaska and found the U.S. Department of Agriculture had legitimate grounds in 2003 to temporarily exempt the Tongass from the Roadless Rule.

Eyak to pay $2.5M fine to settle fraud case

The company's director of contracts, Harold Babb, accepted kickbacks from contractors from 2007 to 2011 and is serving a seven-year prison sentence.