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This April 4, 2014 photo released by the National Park Service shows the road going toward the Sable Pass in Alaska's Denali National Park and Preserve.
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The Alaska Senate has passed a bill that would designate an historic house in downtown Juneau as the official residence of the state's lieutenant governor.
Three incumbent members of Alaska's Board of Fisheries were unanimously confirmed, after a Chugiak representative withdraw his objection to the two commercial fishers on the board.
Subsistence fishermen Fred Huntington of Galena asks a question during a Yukon River fisheries pre-season planning meeting on April 8 in the Binkley Room at Pike's Waterfront Lodge in Fairbanks.
Despite a wind that makes today's minus 14 degrees Fahrenheit feel like minus 39, a worker at this research camp in blue-white hills north of the Brooks Range has proclaimed this the first day of summer.
A House committee chairman killed a bill Monday that would grant extraordinary powers to juries to ignore criminal laws at the request of a defendant.
Fairbanks North Star Borough School District officials say the superintendent was placed on leave earlier this month while authorities investigate how the school handled an alleged sexual abuse case involving an employee.
"My hope is that the music creates a strange, beautiful, overwhelming - sometimes even frightening - landscape, and invites you to get lost in it."
Doctors are hopeful a 21-year-old North Pole man, who broke his back attempting a snowmachine jump at the Arctic Man Classic on Friday, will walk again, his family said.
Superior Court Judge Michael McConahy found George Riley and Ronald Dearborn to be the prevailing litigants in the lawsuit against the Alaska Redistricting Board from the filing of the original complaint in 2011 until July 14, 2013.
Alaska State Troopers responded to multiple injuries at the Arctic Man on Friday, flying one man to Fairbanks with serious injuries.
The Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority board approved $23.1 million in loans for the Interior Energy Project April 3 - money that will be used to build the first part of the complex natural gas supply chain for Fairbanks-area residents.