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Seven killed, including state lawmaker, as two planes collide in Alaska

01 Aug 2020

ANCHORAGE, Alaska A midair plane collision in Anchorage on Friday killed seven people, including a state lawmaker who was piloting one of the aircraft, Alaska officials said.

Adventurer's 'Into the Wild' bus may be headed to Alaska museum

31 Jul 2020

ANCHORAGE, Alaska The infamous bus that served as the final campsite for doomed adventurer Christopher McCandless could be preserved as a museum piece under a plan announced on Thursday by Alaska officials.

Trump administration seeks to greenlight controversial Alaska mine

25 Jul 2020

ANCHORAGE, Alaska The Trump administration on Friday proposed approving a permit for a Canadian-owned company to build a copper and gold mine near a cherished Alaska salmon fishery, boosting a project the Obama administration tried to block on environmental grounds.

Trump administration seeks to greenlight controversial Alaska mine

24 Jul 2020

ANCHORAGE, Alaska The Trump administration on Friday proposed approving a key permit to build an Alaska copper and gold mine that the Obama administration had tried to block over environmental concerns.

Major quake strikes off Alaska, briefly sounding tsunami warning

23 Jul 2020

ANCHORAGE, Alaska A magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck near the Alaskan peninsula late Tuesday, shaking buildings, but there were no immediate reports of injuries and the U.S. National Tsunami Warning Center canceled an earlier warning of potentially hazardous waves.

U.S. Army Corps poised to recommend approval of Alaska's Pebble Mine

21 Jul 2020

ANCHORAGE, Alaska The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is poised to give its blessing later this week to an Alaska copper and gold mining project the Obama administration tried to block because of concerns it could harm the state's salmon industry.

Alaskan officials approve BP's sale of oil leases to Hilcorp

30 Jun 2020

ANCHORAGE, Alaska Alaskan officials on Monday approved BP Plc's sale of its oil and gas leases in the state to closely held Hilcorp Energy Co. as part of a previously announced $5.6 billion deal.

Alaskan officials approve BP's sale of oil leases to Hilcorp

30 Jun 2020

ANCHORAGE, Alaska, June 29 Alaskan officials on Monday approved BP Plc's sale of its oil and gas leases in the state to closely held Hilcorp Energy Co. as part of a previously announced $5.6 billion deal.

Trump administration opens sensitive Arctic areas to oil development

26 Jun 2020

ANCHORAGE, Alaska The Trump administration on Thursday released its plan to open environmentally sensitive areas in Arctic Alaska to oil development, overturning some protections that go back decades.

'Into the Wild' bus removed from Alaska trail for safety concerns

19 Jun 2020

ANCHORAGE, Alaska The "Into the Wild" bus is no longer in the wild. | Video

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