In this Nov. 9 file photo, a couple stands in front of River Street while the waves hit the seawall, in Nome, Alaska.
November 30, 2011 The storm forced the cancellation of the year's last shipment of oil into town. Now Nome, Alaska is surrounded by ice and the only way to get fuel into town is to fly it in.
Part of a house roof lies on the ground in Nome, Alaska, after a storm with hurricane force winds and heavy snow struck the state Wednesday.
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November 10, 2011 The powerful storm thrashing Alaska is moving inland and losing strength. The National Weather Service warns coastal flooding and erosion are now the main concerns.
November 10, 2011 In the first hour of Talk of Nation, Iran's nuclear ambitions, and the Alaska storm "of epic proportions." In the second hour, military veterans and homelessness, and the documentary film, Where Soldiers Come From.
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