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A Kodiak man has been sentenced to six years in jail with four suspended for fatally stabbing another man while demonstrating his martial arts moves.
Alaska Democratic party leaders have approved allowing candidates not affiliated with a political party to run in the Democratic primary.
A case between two tribes over the alleged misuse of federal transportation funds has been dismissed in Alaska's Superior Court.
Fairbanks has been selected to host the next ministerial meeting of the Arctic Council in 2017.
A 19-year-old Soldotna woman died Monday in a head-on crash on the Sterling Highway.
Miller Energy Resources has agreed to pay $5 million to settle allegations that it inflated the value of its Alaska oil and gas properties by more than $400 million.
The former superintendent of Sitka National Historical Park who was terminated for the second time last month has filed a lawsuit over allegations of gender and racial discrimination.
Alaska finished 2015 with an unemployment rate of 6.5 percent. The state labor department says the December seasonally adjusted rate compares to 6.4 percent in November. The unemployment rate in December 2014 was 6.4 percent.
A bill that would update Alaska's Military Code of Justice and strengthen penalties for certain violations has advanced from the House Judiciary Committee.
A federal agency is calling for more research into large-scale mortality of common murres and other seabirds off Alaska's coast.
The head of the Alaska Marine Highway System says the ferry system's fleet needs to downsize amid proposed cuts to operations in the next fiscal year.
Power has been restored to the village of Newtok in southwestern Alaska after the community's only generator malfunctioned over the weekend.
An Anchorage representative and the American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska are teaming up to support two privacy bills. The bills are aimed at protecting students and employees from having to provide access to personal social media accounts under coercion or threat.
U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan is looking to stop a proposed U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ban on some bear, wolf and coyote hunts on federal wildlife refuges in the state.
A man with a long history in Alaska newspapers is the new publisher of the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner.
Gov. Bill Walker says he's comfortable with statements made by Exxon Mobil Corp. that gas would be made available to a pipeline project the state is pursuing if the company was no longer involved in it.
Alaska grocery stores are running low on some foods after a cargo ship was delayed by a mechanical issue.
Fairbanks officials say the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is unlikely to start in the borough this year.
A man found guilty of sexually assaulting and killing a woman in Tenakee Springs a decade ago has won an appeal for post-conviction relief.
Alaska's budget deficit is expected to be the focus of the legislative session beginning this week. But the road to a solution could be rocky, with differing ideas for how to help close the hole and difficult choices that could significantly impact state services.