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12:18 am
Mon June 2, 2014

6/2/14 KNBA News - High winds knock out power in much of Anchorage, Matanuska valley

Strong winds knocked down power lines around Anchorage, leaving 70 to 80 percent of Anchorage without power Saturday morning.

Rain nearly knocked out the Funny River wildfire on the Kenai Peninsula, but remaining hot spots could smolder into the summer.

Pavlof Volcano, some 600 miles southwest of Anchorage, is having a low-level eruption.

Saturday two Athabascan men, ages 71 and 65, completed a 375 mile trek honoring their mother, Katie John, and subsistence rights.

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Local News
5:07 pm
Thu May 29, 2014

5/30/14 KNBA News - Light rain slows the spread of the 300 square-mile Funny River wildfire

The Funny River wildfire is now 46% contained, meaning fire breaks that flames likely cannot cross surround nearly half the fire.

Alaska Congressman Don Young amended the Maguson-Stevens Act as it moved through the U.S. Natural Resources Committee,to allow subsistence fishermen a voice on the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council.

The board of directors of the regional Native corporation Sealaska named Anthony Mallott as president and CEO. He's the son of former CEO and long-time board member Byron Mallott, who's running for Governor.

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8:04 pm
Wed May 28, 2014

5/29/14 KNBA News - Gov. Sean Parnell signs a $12.8 billion budget for next year

Next year's operating and capital budgets total $12.8 billion, $400,000 less than this years, but still with a $1.4 billion dollar deficit.

A member of Fairbanks team that's been in control of the Funny River firefighting efforts describes some challenges and successes.

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8:04 pm
Wed May 28, 2014

5/29/14 KNBA News - Gov. Sean Parnell signs a $12.8 billion budget for next year

Next year's operating and capital budgets total $12.8 billion, $400,000 less than this years, but still with a $1.4 billion dollar deficit.

A member of Fairbanks team that's been in control of the Funny River firefighting efforts describes some challenges and successes.

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6:50 pm
Tue May 27, 2014

5/28/14 KNBA News - Rain should slow the Funny River fire, now at 182,000 acres

Residents of the Funny River road area who had been evacuated were able to move back home Tuesday, but remain on evacuation alert in case they need to leave again. Rain is dampening fuel sources for the massive fire.

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