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Less than 20 minutes after a car collided with a moose on the Kenai Spur Highway Thursday, the dead ungulate was winched up onto an Alaska Moose Federation truck and standstill traffic had resumed.
The board of the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority, the state's development corporation, is now approaching its go/no-go decision on the idea of a state-subsidized liquefied natural gas plant on the North Slope.
The National Weather Service typically takes its first ice measurements during the first week of November but the ice was still too thin to do that this year.
Early warning radar located at Clear Air Station in Alaska. The Air Force base is seen as the likeliest location to host a new, more powerful radar that lawmakers are seeking for an improved ability to monitor potential long-range missiles launched by North Korea against the United States.
The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports 4,500 homes were without electricity early Thursday after high winds blew trees covered by ice and snow into lines.
This Friday, Dec. 14, 2012 picture shows poinsettias in bloom in the University of Alaska Fairbanks Arctic Health Research Greenhouse in Fairbanks, Alaska.
In a 13-page letter from the U.S. Penitentiary in Marion, Ill., posted on the "Stand by Schaeffer Cox" Facebook page, the former Fairbanks militia leader and political hopeful maintained his innocence and gave a detailed account of the years-long investigation that led to his conviction for conspiring to murder federal employees.
The Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority discussed the cost of "using the haul road as a pipeline substitute," as Deputy Director Mark Davis described it, at the agency's Dec. 5 board meeting.
Plaintiffs in the case, including two Fairbanks-area residents and the Alaska Democratic party, decided not to appeal.
Sarah Palin's SUV while she was mayor of Wasilla before becoming Alaska's governor has been auctioned off for $10,300, a profit of about $3,000 owing to Palin's celebrity.
In this Nov. 18, 2013, photo provided by the Alaska Department of Transportation, a plow truck tests a new attachment that could help break up ice on roads in Fairbanks, Alaska.
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Scientists have apparently spotted Dante's Inferno, or at least its ice-lacquered ninth circle, found in a pocket in an Antarctic ice sheet .