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The money would help the state recover more quickly.
The Roadless Rule might be part of the problem.
More than 40 people had been placed in hotel rooms as of Dec. 14.
He wants Alaska on administration’s radar.
“This was Alaska people making Alaska proud.”
Back-to-back earthquakes measuring 7.0 and 5.8 rocked buildings and buckled roads Friday morning.
The Alaska division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management is urging Alaskans to participate in “The Great Alaska Shakeout,” a statewide earthquake drill, at 10:18… Continue reading
Juneau, much of northern Southeast Alaska, far northwestern British Columbia and the Yukon shook Saturday afternoon as a Magnitude 5.2 earthquake hit the region. No… Continue reading
When the shaking stops, Alaska’s seismologists have a goal: 10 minutes. That’s the time it should take for them to consult their instruments, run calculations,… Continue reading
A series of moderate earthquakes rocked Juneau awake early Monday morning, but no significant damage was reported and no tsunami warning was issued. According to… Continue reading