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Cook Inlet Region Inc. is making a renewed push to persuade Anchorage's municipal utility to buy power from its wind project on Fire Island. But a deal will have to overcome skepticism from the administration of Mayor Dan Sullivan, which is concerned about costs.
A prisoner at Goose Creek Correctional Center was sent to a local hospital Monday after being assaulted by another inmate.
Mayor Dan Sullivan this week announced several personnel changes at the Port of Anchorage and the Department of Community Development.
The federal government is transferring a 131-acre property along Raspberry Road to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport -- giving the airport room for expansion and a bargaining chip in its ongoing land trade discussions with the city.
Anchorage police are looking for two men connected to a weekend assault downtown that left a man in critical condition.
City and state officials gathered Wednesday at a site off the Glenn Highway near Muldoon Road in East Anchorage to break ground on "Plant 2a," the city's newest power generating facility.
An Anchorage man called 911 Tuesday night to say he was out in a raft and was threatening to jump overboard, prompting several agencies to respond.