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Life Informed.

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    When the earthquake struck, the 46 residents of Karluk Manor had nowhere safe to go until a church quickly opened their doors.

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    More people are expected to attend the inauguration event than live in the community of Noorvik.

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    Aftershocks from the massive earthquake that struck Anchorage and Southcentral Alaska on Friday morning continued over the weekend, adding stress to the assessment and recovery effort now underway. A lot of that damage was to major transportation corridors. How long will recovery take, especially in winter conditions?

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    Former state lawmaker Bettye Davis has passed away at the age of 80.

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    Mike Dunleavy won an electoral majority in 6 of 132 precincts with an Alaska Native majority. One was Hoonah, where the Republican’s promise of full Permanent Fund dividends apparently resonated with voters.

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    After a weekend of cleanup, many businesses are re-opening. But not everyone has the all-clear yet.

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    Most schools in the Mat-Su School District will be able to resume classes by Thursday, December 6.

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    Childcare options in Anchorage are limited for families facing a week with no school.

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    You probably don't have earthquake insurance. Fewer than 20 percent of Alaska homeowners do. But if your property was damaged, you may still have options to get compensation.

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    Dunleavy sworn in as governor in Kotzebue; PFD promise key to Dunleavy’s win in Hoonah; Dunleavy names new Alaska Fish and Game chief; No earthquake policy? Your loss may still be insured; Houston Middle School likely closed for remainder of school year following quake; Anchorage classes cancelled through the week as clean-up continues; Focus shifts to childcare needs in wake of earthquake; Karluk Manor evacuated, turns to church for shelter; Bettye Davis, trailblazing lawmaker and education activist, passes at the age of 80; Alaska railroad on the way to recovery following severe earthquake damage; After the earthquake, Anchorage air traffic control briefly relocated to a pickup truck

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    After evacuating the 12-story air traffic control tower at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport following Friday's earthquake, controllers guided planes at the nation’s fifth-busiest cargo hub from the cab of a pickup truck at one end of the north-south runway.

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    The Alaska Office of Information Technology is going through the process of updating the state website, which means websites you could access last week may not be available now.

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    Gov. Mike Dunleavy has tapped Doug Vincent-Lang to be the acting head of Fish and Game. The announcement came Monday afternoon just hours after Dunleavy was sworn in.

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    Fog prevented Mike Dunleavy from being sworn in as governor in Noorvik. But that didn’t stop the community from celebrating.

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    A pilot project of the Coastal Villages Region Fund aims to alleviate the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta's housing crisis with tiny home construction.

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    The Anchorage School District announced that after taking severe damage from Friday's earthquake, Eagle River Elementary School will be offline for the remainder of the school year. 

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    When Alaska Congressman Don Young thinks of the 41st president, he remembers a nice guy who could be fierce with a racquet.

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    The Iditarod Trail Committee released a statement Tuesday clearing four-time champion Dallas Seavey of any wrong-doing in a doping incident

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    Eagle River Elementary, damaged by quake, will remain closed through school year; Mat-Su residents pick up the pieces after Friday's quake; How changing oil prices are affecting the state's expected revenue; Enstar still evaluating gas lines following earthquake; Alaska DOT is in crisis response mode — and it just got a new boss; Don 'Moose' Young says farewell to Bush; Iditarod clears Dallas Seavey in 2017 doping controversy; State begins process of giving land back to Gulkana; Consumer confidence is positive in Alaska this year; Y-K Delta boarding school discovers cheating on math program

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    Here’s a look inside the Alaska Department of Transportation as it changed hands in the midst of its earthquake response.

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