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  • Scientists make strides in tsunami warning since 2004 The 2004 tsunami led to greater global cooperation and improved techniques for detecting waves that could reach faraway shores, even though scientists still cannot predict when an earthquake will strike. 1 day ago
  • Scientists make strides in tsunami warning The 2004 tsunami led to greater global cooperation and improved techniques for detecting waves that could reach faraway shores, even though scientists still cannot predict when an earthquake will strike. 1 day ago
  • Alaska mine would be a Bristol Bay disaster waiting to happen President Obama's decision to permanently protect Alaska's Bristol Bay and adjacent lands from oil and gas drilling is so clearly the correct decision that the only objections will come from those whose sole interest is the welfare of those two energy industries. 1 day ago
  • Port Lions has final 50th anniversary celebration PORT LIONS, Alaska (AP) - Port Lions celebrated 50 years this weekend, the final celebration in a string during the past year, remembering its history since the village moved from its original Afognak location. "We're trying to make everything focused on people learning about and celebrating and remembering ... 6 days ago
  • Another quake shakes fault near Minto FAIRBANKS - Another earthquake struck a fault near Minto in Interior Alaska that spawned a series of significant quakes beginning in late August. 1 week ago
  • Plunging oil prices spell trouble for Alaska, America's own petro-state What U.S. state is as hooked on oil revenues as Venezuela, Iran, or Russia? Alaska. 2 weeks ago
  • Dropping oil prices squeeze Alaska's budget With prices under $70 a barrel, the budget deficit could balloon to more than $3 billion, about half of the state?s discretionary spending level. 2 weeks ago
  • Wonkblog: Plunging oil prices spell trouble for Alaska, America's own petro-state With prices under $70 a barrel, the budget deficit could balloon to more than $3 billion, about half of the state?s discretionary spending level. 2 weeks ago
  • Consider earthquake insurance Many people think that earthquakes are only likely to occur in California. But according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), more than 20 U.S. states have experienced measurable earthquake activity 2 weeks ago
  • Email to a Friend ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Seismologists say a minor earthquake was felt in Alaska's Prince William Sound area. The Alaska Earthquake Center says the 3.8 magnitude earthquake struck at 3:10 p.m. Sunday. 2 weeks ago

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