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US officials link Iran to emails meant to intimidate voters

The U.S. has linked Tehran to messages that Democratic voters in multiple states, including Alaska and Florida, have received.

33 inmates infected with coronavirus in Fairbanks prison

An outbreak of coronavirus has infected 33 inmates at a prison in Fairbanks, causing the facility to go into quarantine for 14 days.

Earthquake revised up to magnitude-7.6

The magnitude of the earthquake that struck off the Alaska Peninsula and produced a tsunami with small waves was revised up to 7.6.

Sullivan says he will support Barrett nomination

Sen. Dan Sullivan said he will support the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court, calling her an “exceptional jurist.”

Update: Large earthquake off Alaska prompts tsunami fears, fleeing

Update: Wailing sirens prompted residents to seek higher ground in communities along Alaska's southern coast after a reported 7.5 magnitude earthquake that shook buildings triggered a tsunami warning.

Nude photos and death threats: Scandal topples Anchorage mayor

A stunning tale of inappropriate behavior between a politician and a television anchor, death threats and nude photos culminated in a joint police and FBI investigation, the arrest of the journalist and the resignation of the mayor of Anchorage.

Trump inks law addressing missing, murdered Native Americans

President Donald Trump signed a bill Saturday, Oct. 10 to address cases of missing and murdered Native Americans. The bill was reintroduced by Sen. Lisa Murkowski in the current Congress.

Alaska absentee witness requirements scrapped for election

The Alaska Supreme Court affirmed a lower court ruling eliminating witness requirements for absentee ballots for the general election.

Light earthquake rattles Anchorage, no damage

A light earthquake shook Alaska’s major population center but there were no immediate reports of damage.

Anchorage mayor resigns after acknowledging relationship

Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz submitted his resignation, four days after an anchorwoman at a local television station threatened to report he had posted nude photos of himself on a website.



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