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  • A former Mount Marathon junior champion, high school state champion and Division II college runner, Denali Foldager is on the mend after battling addiction. She's engaged, employed, eager to train and feels she's getting a little better every day.

    Doyle Woody
As additional details about the derailment emerge, the executive director of a Skagway clinic says her facility treated nearly two dozen White Pass & Yukon Route passengers for minor injuries.
Megan Edge
An Anchorage man charged with possession and production of child pornography pleaded guilty to two felony counts Wednesday in Superior Court as part of a plea deal.
Jerzy Shedlock
Under the terms of a broad legislative grant of secrecy governing gas pipeline work, a new joint venture agreement between the state and the oil companies including a state commitment of up to $125 million will remain confidential to the public and to legislators.
Dermot Cole
Russia's Rosneft oil company, facing U.S. sanctions following Russia's seizure of part of neighboring Ukraine, won't be buying part of the huge Point Thomson natural gas field on Alaska's North Slope, Exxon Mobil said Wednesday.
Pat Forgey
The National Weather Service forecast several inches of snow Thursday night and Friday for parts of the Brooks Range. While the occasional light dusting of snow is common, a weather service meteorologist said, the amounts expected are unusual.
Alaska Dispatch News
Head east following the Yukon River to Eagle and Dawson City for a tour of Alaska and the Yukon's gold rush history.Bush PilotColleen Mondor
Ugly but tasty fish looks like something out of a Jules Verne novel, and in Alaska they can get big. The state record is an 81-pound lingcod caught a dozen years ago. FishingKevin Klott
Every two years, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson opens its gates to the public for two days of free aerial demonstrations, military equipment displays and aircraft tours. The open house  draws big crowds -- organizers estimate about 125,000 people flooded the base each day at the 2012 show.Alaska NewsTegan Hanlon
OPINION: State Sen. Bert Stedman argues that SB 21 falls more than $1 billion short of meeting the "prudent man" rule.CommentaryBert Stedman

Voices

Candidates should pledge to keep Outside mega-money from fixing the race

OPINION: Alaskans do have a way to force big money and out-of-state interest groups out of their elections: The People's Pledge. Every candidate should take it.Sam Dunham

Sports

Denali Foldager is running on the road to recovery

A former Mount Marathon junior champion, high school state champion and Division II college runner, Denali Foldager is on the mend after battling addiction. She's engaged, employed, eager to train and feels she's getting a little better every day.Doyle Woody

Adventure

Toothy, territorial lingcod lure Alaska anglers to far-flung Chugach Islands

Ugly but tasty fish looks like something out of a Jules Verne novel, and in Alaska they can get big. The state record is an 81-pound lingcod caught a dozen years ago. Kevin Klott

News & Politics

23 reported injured in Skagway train derailment

As additional details about the derailment emerge, the executive director of a Skagway clinic says her facility treated nearly two dozen White Pass & Yukon Route passengers for minor injuries.Megan Edge

Nation/World

  • Alexander Gerst, a German astronaut, tweeted a photo of Israel and Gaza taken from the International Space Station. The photo may display rockets exploding in the dark of night in the Israel-Hamas conflict.

  • For years, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has been frustrated in its efforts to pursue hundreds of cases of water pollution — repeatedly tied up in legal fights about exactly what bodies of water it has the authority to monitor and protect.