Anchorage police said a man was killed in a shooting late Memorial Day at a home in South Anchorage. 
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Four wood bison bulls were loaded Saturday onto a barge headed down the Tanana and Yukon rivers and are making their way toward an experimental mating herd established this spring near the far western Interior Alaska town of Shageluk.
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If oil prices rebound in fiscal year 2017, per barrel tax credits for the major Alaska oil producing companies are expected to climb by about $700 million a year to $1.2 billion, while production tax revenue is expected to climb from about $300 million in 2016 to $800 million in 2017. That's if oil prices rise by about $25 a barrel from where they are today.   
Dermot Cole
As traffic increases in the narrow strait between the Pacific and Arctic Oceans, new safety and environmental protections are needed, advocates say.
Yereth Rosen
Bethel police say Eunice Whitman, 23, appeared to have sustained stab wounds. Her boyfriend, Justine Paul, 24, was arrested on murder charges late Sunday night. 
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A group that includes the administration of Mayor Dan Sullivan, police and transit officials and the Anchorage Community Development Authority are exploring ways to make the troubled transportation hub safer and more welcoming. AnchorageDevin Kelly
The craft brewery has doubled its production capacity every year since 2011, the company says, making it the second biggest producer in the state. BusinessLaurel Andrews
The Alaska Legislature unanimously approved a bill in 2014 that eliminated the authority of the regulatory commission to require local carriers to publish phone books. The phone companies backed the bill but legislators did not ask whether they planned to keep printing directories.BusinessDermot Cole

News & Politics

Wildfire officials monitor fire burning near Eagle

The Alaska Interagency Coordination Center is monitoring the Seventy Mile Fire, which was sparked by lightning Sunday and by Tuesday had burned 1,250 acres, or just under two square miles, near Eagle.Associated Press

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Dad's D-Day shoes

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