Alaska DOT receives $25 million for earthquake damage

The Legislative Budget and Audit Committee approved receiving $25 million in federal funding for repairs of infrastructure damaged by the earthquake.

Governor Mike Dunleavy is still in Washington, D.C. this week, following his meeting with president Donald Trump.

overnor Mike Dunleavy just announced that he will be proposing the 2020 budget from former Governor Bill Walker's administration.

Lieutenant Governor Kevin Meyer said in a press release, "Gail has the skills, wisdom, experience and judgement to restore Alaskan's faith and trust in our elections process and that is exactly what we pledge to do."

Borough, school district reach agreement on fund balance

United Way director, Bill Wright, steps down

BLM generated over $1.5 million in annual sales

Morning News Update B 12-14

Morning News Update A 12-14

Morning News Update B 12-13

Ft. Wainwrights soldiers organize winter clothing drive

Christmas in Ice opens in North Pole with ice sculptures, slides and more

FPD responds to motor vehicle accident with borough bus

Borough meeting covers air quality language, hazardous material clean up

Dunleavy visits White House, meets with President Trump

Borough, school district looking for budget issue solution

UAF researchers visit D.C. to learn about predicting wildfire forecasts

Trial continues for North Pole man accused of killing his son

Local man charged with assault, robbery, burglary for Thanksgiving break in

Reports: Federal prosecutors probe Trump inaugural committee

Mueller: FBI is not to blame for Flynn's false statements

Facebook says bug may have exposed photos on 7M users

J&J hammered by report it knew of asbestos in baby powder

Farmers buoyed but cautious as China resumes buying soybeans

Nassar survivors ask Michigan State to open counseling fund

French hunt for possible accomplices of Strasbourg attacker

US retail sales rose 0.2% in Nov., helped by holiday boost

Pompeo condemns China's detention of 2 Canadians

GM says it has 2,700 jobs for workers slated to be laid off

Climate talks extended as island nations demand action

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