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EPA steps in to finish cleanup of diesel fuel spill

ANCHORAGE - The government has taken over cleanup of 4,400 gallons of diesel fuel that spilled into a remote Alaska creek because the responsible company said it lacked enough insurance to finish the job.
Weird weather lingers in Anchorage

ANCHORAGE - A week before Christmas, Alaska's largest city should look like a postcard wonderland and the last place you'd expect to see equipment making snow.
Man indicted in death of Alaska prosecutor

...general's office said a fund for Sullivan's three teenage daughters has been created for public donations.? Follow Rachel D'Oro at
Budget crunch idles Guard units across US

...Concord, New Hampshire; Don Thompson in Sacramento, California; Jennifer McDermott in Providence, Rhode Island; Rachel D'Oro in Anchorage, Alaska; Jeff Barnard in Grants Pass, Oregon; Wilson Ring in Montpelier, Vermont; Christopher Sherman...
Walker ousts Parnell

ANCHORAGE - Independent candidate Bill Walker has won the Alaska governor's race following an aggressive challenge to Republican Gov. Sean Parnell that included joining campaigns with a Democratic rival.
Walker introduces transition team

ANCHORAGE - Bill Walker, the leading candidate for Alaska governor, introduced former state Sen. Rick Halford and Ana Hoffman of Bethel on Wednesday as co-chairs of his gubernatorial transition team.
Parnell gets boost from Romney

ANCHORAGE - Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made a last-minute pitch Monday for Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell, who is waging an uphill battle against independent candidate Bill Walker.
Gubernatorial candidates wage end push

ANCHORAGE - The campaigns for Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell and independent candidate Bill Walker are each launching their final push ahead of Tuesday's election.
Intense storm headed to Aleutian Islands

...Management. Fall storms routinely batter many coastal communities, and erosion has long been a problem.___Follow Rachel D'Oro at .
Active volcano calms down - for now

ANCHORAGE - One of Alaska's most active volcanos has calmed down since spewing ash up to 35,000 feet into the air over the weekend, but scientists said Monday the volcano has a pattern of prolonged eruptions of varying intensity.


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