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- 12/02/18--18:44: _Karluk Manor evacua...
- 12/03/18--09:32: _Update: Dunleavy sw...
- 12/03/18--12:39: _Earthquake recovery...
- 12/03/18--13:40: _Bettye Davis, trail...
- 12/03/18--14:13: _PFD promise key to ...
- 12/03/18--17:13: _After earthquake, A...
- 12/03/18--17:28: _Houston Middle Scho...
- 12/03/18--18:25: _Focus shifts to chi...
- 12/03/18--18:29: _No earthquake polic...
- 12/03/18--19:35: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 12/04/18--09:20: _Post-earthquake, ai...
- 12/04/18--09:29: _Where’d the website...
- 12/04/18--09:44: _Dunleavy names new ...
- 12/04/18--15:00: _Dunleavy swearing-i...
- 12/04/18--15:19: _CVRF hopes tiny hom...
- 12/04/18--17:19: _Eagle River Element...
- 12/04/18--17:54: _Don ‘Moose’ Young s...
- 12/04/18--18:36: _Iditarod clears Dal...
- 12/04/18--19:29: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 12/05/18--08:30: _Alaska DOT is in cr...
- 12/02/18--18:44: Karluk Manor evacuated, turns to church for shelter
- 12/03/18--09:32: Update: Dunleavy sworn in as governor in Kotzebue
- 12/03/18--12:39: Earthquake recovery in Alaska’s largest city
- 12/03/18--14:13: PFD promise key to Dunleavy’s win in Hoonah
- 12/03/18--17:13: After earthquake, Anchorage businesses clean up, assess damage
- 12/03/18--18:25: Focus shifts to childcare needs in wake of earthquake
- 12/03/18--18:29: No earthquake policy? Your loss may still be insured
- 12/03/18--19:35: Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Dec. 3, 2018
- 12/04/18--09:29: Where’d the website for Walker’s climate change team go?
- 12/04/18--09:44: Dunleavy names new Alaska Fish and Game chief
- 12/04/18--15:00: Dunleavy swearing-in obstacles don’t stop Noorvik inauguration feast
- 12/04/18--17:54: Don ‘Moose’ Young says farewell to Bush
- 12/04/18--18:36: Iditarod clears Dallas Seavey in 2017 doping controversy
- 12/04/18--19:29: Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018
- 12/05/18--08:30: Alaska DOT is in crisis response mode — and it just got a new boss
When the earthquake struck, the 46 residents of Karluk Manor had nowhere safe to go until a church quickly opened their doors.
More people are expected to attend the inauguration event than live in the community of Noorvik.
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?
Former state lawmaker Bettye Davis has passed away at the age of 80.
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.
After a weekend of cleanup, many businesses are re-opening. But not everyone has the all-clear yet.
Most schools in the Mat-Su School District will be able to resume classes by Thursday, December 6.
Childcare options in Anchorage are limited for families facing a week with no school.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
Fog prevented Mike Dunleavy from being sworn in as governor in Noorvik. But that didn’t stop the community from celebrating.
A pilot project of the Coastal Villages Region Fund aims to alleviate the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta's housing crisis with tiny home construction.
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.
When Alaska Congressman Don Young thinks of the 41st president, he remembers a nice guy who could be fierce with a racquet.
The Iditarod Trail Committee released a statement Tuesday clearing four-time champion Dallas Seavey of any wrong-doing in a doping incident
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
Here’s a look inside the Alaska Department of Transportation as it changed hands in the midst of its earthquake response.