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13 inches of weekend snow boosts Anchorage into record books

ANCHORAGE — Winter conditions more closely associated with Alaska have returned to the state’s largest city after two years of low snowfall totals.

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Fairbanks finds police chief conducted other business on job

FAIRBANKS — The Fairbanks mayor’s office says a former city police chief did have a conflict of interest that barred him from the job.

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Anchorage teen dies in early morning street shooting

ANCHORAGE — Anchorage police are investigating the death of a 17-year-old boy shot and killed in the Government Hill neighborhood.

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Heavy snow collapses Anchorage sports facility dome

ANCHORAGE — Heavy snow has collapsed the roof of an Anchorage sports complex.

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US rig count jumps 35 this week to 694

HOUSTON — The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. leaped by 35 this week to 694.

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17-year-old boy dies when ATV flips on Iliamna Lake

KOKHANOK — A 17-year-old boy riding double on an all-terrain vehicle died in a crash on Iliamna (il-ee-AHM-nah) Lake 12 miles north of the village of Kokhanok.

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Woman dies in 2-car Wasilla traffic crash; 3 others injured

ANCHORAGE — Wasilla police say a woman died in a two-car crash on Knik-Goose Bay Road.

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Alaska ends 2016 with 6.7 percent unemployment rate

JUNEAU — The state labor department says Alaska’s unemployment rate ended 2016 at 6.7 percent.

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Feds declare salmon disaster for Gulf of Alaska fisheries

ANCHORAGE — The federal government has issued a disaster declaration for Alaska’s pink salmon fishery and several other salmon and crab fisheries along the West Coast.

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2 charged with burglary at Public Safety Department building

ANCHORAGE — A former Department of Public Safety employee will be arraigned next month on a felony burglary charge and misdemeanor counts of theft and criminal mischief.

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Alaska opens trade, pipeline office in Tokyo

JUNEAU — The state of Alaska has opened an office in Tokyo to help promote trade and advance a long hoped-for natural gas pipeline project.

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Man dies on snowmobile trip from Kotzebue to Fairbanks

ANCHORAGE — A man who tried to drive a snowmobile from Kotzebue to Fairbanks was found dead near Selawik Hot Springs.

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Bethel homeless shelter dealing with drunk residents

BETHEL — Operators of a homeless shelter in Bethel say they’re struggling to deal with intoxicated residents.

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Alaska volcano erupts again, sends ash cloud to 31,000 feet

ANCHORAGE — An Alaska volcano active since mid-December has erupted again.

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Officials close Eagle River post office after vandalism

ANCHORAGE — The U.S. Postal Service closed its Eagle River post office after a vandal damaged the main lobby.

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Anchorage red light camera proposal could go before voters

ANCHORAGE — A proposal that will go before the Anchorage Assembly would allow the municipality to install and use cameras to ticket drivers who run red lights.

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Delta drops fee for tickets bought on phone and at airports

You know all those fees that airlines have added over the last several years? Delta is taking one away. Delta will drop the fee for U.S. Read more

Troopers: Passenger injured in a plane crash

ANCHORAGE - Alaska State Troopers say a passenger of a small plane was injured when the aircraft crashed north of Talkeetna after the pilot was practicing aerial maneuvers. Read more

Legislator seeks investigation into Alaska's high gas prices

ANCHORAGE - A state lawmaker claims that Alaska's only gasoline refiner has been manipulating gas prices, as the monthly average has recently begun to rise. Read more

No daily fantasy ads to run during College Football Playoff

College Football Playoff Executive Director Bill Hancock says ESPN has agreed to not use advertisements for daily fantasy sports websites during broadcasts of the biggest postseason games. Read more

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