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Former customers of an Anchorage motor home rental company are backing the Better Business Bureau in a battle over vacations gone bad. Some question whether you get what you pay for.

Craig Medred
A tentative agreement between the natural gas utility and the United Association of Plumbers and Steamfitters would avert a threatened strike, although it still needs to be approved by union members.Sean Doogan
The trustees of the Bill Stroecker Foundation have resolved their differences over settling the estate of the late Fairbanks banker, clearing the way for one of the largest Alaska foundations to distribute more than $1 million annually to community groups.Dermot Cole
Trapping in Katmai National Park and Preserve is never legal for any reason -- not even as predatory control. So, how brown bear sow 854, better known to her fans as "Divot," ended up with a snare wrapped around her neck and piercing her flesh remains a mystery.Megan Edge
A nine-year effort to build a veterans cemetery near Fairbanks moved closer to completion Thursday as the state purchased a 320-acre hillside overlooking the Goldstream Valley just outside of Fox for $2 million.Dermot Cole
The trustees of the Bill Stroecker Foundation have resolved their differences over settling the estate of the late Fairbanks banker, clearing the way for one of the largest Alaska foundations to distribute more than $1 million annually to community groups.Dermot Cole
Federal managers have agreed to closely monitor Kuskokwim River salmon runs to ensure enough fish for residents who depend on it for subsistence, but at this point don't plan to take over the river, as they did earlier this summer.Lisa Demer
A Dutch Harbor seafood plant employee has agreed to plead guilty to a Clean Air Act violation for tampering with machines designed to reduce nitrogen dioxide emissions.Jerzy Shedlock
Anchorage recorded its second-rainiest 60-day period since 1952 from June 1 through July 30, falling only a handful of raindrops short of the 1958 record, the National Weather Service says. Tegan Hanlon
A former federal agriculture official in Alaska was found guilty this week of making false statements to the U.S. Department of Agriculture to cover up the fraud of a business partner in Valley Dairy Inc.Richard Mauer

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