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Sherrie Daigle, deputy director of the Alaska Department of Corrections, said one man was treated in the city at Bartlett Regional Hospital and released back to the jail. The second man was medevaced to Anchorage, where he remained in the hospital Wednesday.
Tegan Hanlon
A man who says he's a "lifelong Republican" in a campaign ad for U.S. Sen. Mark Begich has been registered as undeclared since 2000, according to state records. The man also says he voted for Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski, but he did not vote in Murkowski's most recent election.
Nathaniel Herz
Though no one was seriously injured when a White Pass & Yukon Route train derailed near the Alaska-Canada border last week, one passenger said the accident "could have been a hell of a lot more serious than it was."
Megan Edge
The final audit of an Anchorage physician charged with fraudulently billing Medicaid found that he allegedly charged more than $1.1 million over the course of four years of appointments that never took place, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Laurel Andrews
The head of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. estimates that this year's Permanent Fund dividend checks could double from last year in a payout of between $1,500 and $2,000.
Sean Doogan
The Inupiat have a name for walrus with extra tusks, says Mary Sage of Barrow, who shared photos of the spoils of a recent hunt: Tulugiagruaq. 
Kyle Hopkins
Until recently, the Arctic Ocean's central Beaufort Sea was ice-covered throughout the summer. But with a greater expanse of open water, scientists are tracking how waves and well-traveled swells could accelerate the loss of summer ice.ArcticPete Spotts
Even for an Alaskan living in Anchorage I don’t get the sense that I am a speck on a vast landscape as often as I’d hope. I was awed and excited. As we walked, I heard “wow!” and “this is amazing” from the visitors. AdventureAlli Harvey
Scientists watch as the Mendenhall Glacier, a popular visitor stop in Southeast Alaska, continues to retreat. What will happen to tourism when it disappears from view?EconomyPat Forgey

Culture

'River of Light' an elegant mix of masterful words, art with Copper River backdrop

Kesler Woodward’s artwork is a riot of subtlety, matched perfectly to John Morgan’s writing style in this narrative poem that follows the cadence of the Copper River.David A. James

News & Politics

Begich campaign stands by ad featuring 'lifelong Republican' voter

A man who says he's a "lifelong Republican" in a campaign ad for U.S. Sen. Mark Begich has been registered as undeclared since 2000, according to state records. The man also says he voted for Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski, but he did not vote in Murkowski's most recent election.Nathaniel Herz

Arctic

Could 16-foot Arctic wave mean the end of ice in far north?

Until recently, the Arctic Ocean's central Beaufort Sea was ice-covered throughout the summer. But with a greater expanse of open water, scientists are tracking how waves and well-traveled swells could accelerate the loss of summer ice.Pete Spotts

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