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- Economic forecast for 2017 looks grimContinued losses expected in Alaska's oil and gas sector
- White House releases tribal nations progress reportObama administration's decisions have been lauded and critiqued by Native communities
- Stabbing victim recovering in AnchorageBoonmee Maolichart says two young men stabbed him more than 20 times the morning of Dec. 29 after he drove them in his taxi to Iḷisaġvik College on the outskirts of Utqiaġvik, formerly known as Barrow.
- Alaska gulls' antibiotic resistance could infect peopleSeagulls flocking to a garbage dump and to an often-crowded fishing site on the Kenai Peninsula are carrying away something more ominous than food scraps, new research has found.
- Republicans seek legal strategy to restore Alaska drilling optionsWASHINGTON — Alaska's congressional delegation is aiming to find whatever options are available to roll back President Barack Obama's restrictions on Arctic drilling — onshore and off.