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Alaska fire officials have dropped a plan to reclassify a prescribed burn on Army land near Delta Junction.
A tug vessel has leaked at least 5,000 gallons of diesel fuel into the Nushagak River after hitting a submerged rock in the water.
A new Christmas tree will be planted in Fairbanks on Monday, Alaska's observance of Arbor Day.
A 20-year-old man charged with killing two Alaska State Troopers by shooting them in the back has entered not guilty pleas and wants his trial moved.
A man who has photographed nearly every Independence Day Parade in Ketchikan for the last three decades won't have to run along the parade route this year.
State wildlife officials have closed nearly all moose hunting north of the Brooks Range because of what they call a drastic decline in the population.
For five weeks this summer subway riders will be able to get a free, above-ground transfer between stations in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
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A 28-year-old Ketchikan man has been arraigned on several charges following a weekend standoff.