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Gov. Sean Parnell has put forth a proposal that may assist the state's three refineries in providing lower cost fuels to in-state customers.
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A Boston-based company was preparing to test a flying wind turbine that it hopes could lower power costs to Alaska villages and other remote locations.
A Stanley man is recovering after being gored by an American bison that escaped from a farm.
A British teenager hunting for relics near a former World War II air base has found an identification bracelet lost by an American airman nearly 70 years ago.
A new grassroots group is launching a campaign to get Alaska political leaders and candidates to sign a pledge declaring that only people have rights, and not corporations and unions.
Officials in Warren County are considering setting up a special court for veterans who have landed in the criminal justice system.
The tripod on the Tanana River is on thin ice.
An 86-year-old man shot his grandson in the head, killed the grandson's girlfriend and then took his own life because he believed the couple was taking advantage of his ailing daughter and living in her home, the grandson said in an interview published Sunday.