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A 52-year-old Fairbanks man has been taken into custody on suspicion of attempted arson and domestic assault.
According to reports from the Alaska Department of Labor and the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of the City and Borough of Juneau is declining.
Nome Superior Court Judge Timothy Dooley has been accused of violating the Alaska Code of Judicial Conduct.
Sen. John McCain is leading a U.S. Senate delegation, including Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan, that will visit Vietnam and Singapore this week.
Anchorage police are investigating a south Anchorage shooting Monday night that left a man dead.
Alaska transportation officials say flood waters have receded enough for repairs to begin on the Dalton Highway.
Aggressive response and the public’s adherence to good fire practices are keeping forest fires down in Alaska despite tinderbox conditions in much of the state.
A Tok man has been jailed after troopers say he fired a gun into a sporting goods store while his wife was locked inside.
A 67-year-old motorcycle driver was critically injured and flown to an Anchorage hospital after crashing Saturday morning near Talkeetna.
The Coast Guard is responding to a fuel spill in southeastern Cook Inlet. A 116-foot landing craft called Thor’s Hammer was sailing from Seward to Bristol Bay Saturday when it encountered heavy seas.
Anchorage police are searching for a convicted felon who was spotted Sunday carrying a weapon. Police say they’ve obtained a felony warrant for the arrest of 25-year-old William Jarrett IV.
Valdez police are reporting that a 17-year old girl has fallen 70 feet off a cliff into Port Valdez. Police were called to the scene just after 6:30 on Friday night. The teenager had fallen off a cliff near Dock Point Trail and suffered life threatening injuries.
Alaska State Troopers are investigating a case of waste after two black bear carcasses were found without any of the edible meat salvaged.
An official with Washington state’s Department of Natural Resources says Seattle activists protesting Shell’s plans to drill for oil in the Arctic did some environmental damage to a popular dive park.
An investigation is underway after a 26–year-old inmate at the Anchorage Correctional Complex died. KTVA reports two nearby inmates told corrections officers that Alexis Hathaway was have difficulty breathing Thursday evening.
Six members of the Alaska House majority have sent a letter to Speaker Mike Chenault expressing serious concerns with the potential use of the Permanent Fund earnings reserve to help balance the state budget.
A popular webcam showing large male Pacific walruses lying on the beach is once again streaming on the Internet.
Interior Alaska and other parts of the state are experiencing conditions ripe for forest fires and natural resources officials are urging caution in outdoor activities heading into Memorial Day Weekend.
The ACLU of Alaska is saying last month’s city proposal to prevent three-time users of Anchorage’s emergency sobering center from buying alcohol is illegal under state law. The group maintains that it would violate privacy by sharing confidential records with liquor stores.
The Senate Education Committee has advanced a rewrite of legislation that would leave as optional sexual assault prevention and awareness programs in Alaska public schools.