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From what some called "unprecedented" budget cuts to Alaskans challenging his administration, here is a look back at Gov. Mike Dunleavy's first year in office.
Monday’s wind and rain storm took a toll on roads in Homer where rain caused flooding, mudslides and filled culverts with debris.
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Anchorage police are on the scene of a shooting near North Pine Street that left one woman injured. Police say the suspects fled the area and the street is closed while officers investigate. MORE HERE:
WATCH: Flames from the Swan Lake Fire were visible from the Sterling Highway Sunday night. Christina Johnstone was driving from Cooper Landing to Sterling when she captured this video. KPB officials say if you don't need to drive on the highway -- don't.
UPDATE: The man kicked by a moose near Houston today had kicked the animal first, troopers say
The Department of Law says it “heard from a number of concerned citizens that the sentence imposed was too lenient,” prompting Criminal Division Director John Skidmore to review the case and sentence.
Take a look at this video of a Jeep crossing earthquake damage on Vine Road near Wasilla. (Courtesy of Sierra Callahan)
While the victim was not present in court to advocate for herself and did not have a voice in the deal Schneider struck with the state, she has one more chance to exercise a legal right against Schneider.
WATCH: Part of the roof peeled off the Matanuska Brewing Company in Eagle River tonight because of strong winds gusting between 50 and 61 mph. The general manager says more than 100 customers were inside at the time, but no one was hurt. They plan to start repairs in the morning.