ANCHORAGE -- No damage or injuries were reported after a strong earthquake hit Alaska.
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Headlines from around the state.
James A. Moen, 49, of McGrath, was on a routine sport fishing patrol when the float-equipped plane went down about 65 miles southwest of the lake, said trooper spokesman Greg Wilkinson. The wreckage was discovered just after 9 p.m.
West Coast-Alaska Tsunami Warning Center scientists are required to live close to work so they can raise a quick warning for communities in the path of a potentially deadly wave. ``Our goal is to respond within five minutes and issue a warning within 15 minutes,'' said Thomas J.
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