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Baby walrus, rescued from Arctic tundra, receives 24-hour cuddle care at Alaska SeaLife Center

A wayward walrus calf, just one month old, was rescued from the North Slope.
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Peltola is a GOP target. She’s stepped up her campaign fundraising.

“This will be one of the most competitive races in the country," says a National Republican Congressional Committee spokesman.
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Murkowski says evidence shows Trump ‘played a key role’ in Jan. 6 riot

Murkowski says "clear evidence" showed Trump tried to overturn the election, and it's only gotten stronger.
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U.S. Senate passes bill with $168M for JBER runway extension and other military projects

A 5.2% pay raise and provisions to help Alaska Native Corporations win defense contracts are also in the bill.

State asks U.S. Supreme Court to reverse EPA’s veto of Pebble Mine

The EPA “confiscated state property and created a de facto national park," the state argues.

Murkowski says she’d choose Manchin over Biden, and says Trump ‘should be done’

Sens. Joe Manchin and Lisa Murkowski are centrists and allies, particularly on energy issues.

Judge tosses Alaska suit against feds over contaminated ANCSA lands

The federal court decision blocks a possible avenue for forcing a solution to a decades-long problem.

$23M project for homeless youth kicks off in Wasilla

Founder Michelle Overstreet says it started with a phone call from Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
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Peltola votes against military bill, citing partisan amendments

Service members deserve reproductive freedom, says Peltola, who missed 30 votes Thursday due to illness.
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Indiana man accused in Alaska teen’s ‘catfish’ killing pleads guilty to child porn charges

Darin Schilmiller posed online as a rich man, claiming he’d pay millions of dollars for sexually explicit photos and video of Cynthia Hoffman's murder.
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Begich announces he’ll challenge Peltola for Alaska’s U.S. House seat

Republican Nicholas Begich III is taking another run at becoming Alaska’s next member of Congress.
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When Alaska wilderness adventures go wrong, mental mistakes are sometimes to blame

Wilderness safety instructor Deb Ajango says adventurers can make thinking errors that, in some cases, make an uncomfortable situation much worse.
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Sen. Sullivan says American support for Ukraine will wane if allies don’t spend more on defense

In Lithuania, U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan stressed that other NATO countries need to pay more for their defense.

Anton McParland: The backstory of the tall guy behind Mary Peltola

McParland is Rep. Mary Peltola's chief of staff and campaign manager. No aide is closer to her.
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Murkowski boosts her resolve to help Ukraine after visit to NATO allies

“We can't get soft on our support for Ukraine," Murkowski told reporters.
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ConocoPhillips faces potential fine of $914,000 for Arctic gas leak

State regulators propose a civil punishment for last year's gas blowout at Alpine
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Dunleavy again vetoes research project on salmon bycatch

The $513,000 would have looked into the origin of salmon caught by the Bering Sea pollock fleet.
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Dunleavy slashes education funding boost as part of budget vetoes

Vetoes total more than $200 million, including half of the one-time boost the Legislature added for schools.
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Tons of fish caught in Russia sold in America, despite import ban

Fish valued at several hundred million dollars are able to evade the ban by diverting to China first.

EPA has new rules for oil spill dispersants

The EPA has updated its rules on the use of chemicals to disperse oil spills.