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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.
A growing number of families in Alaska have been enrolling their children in a home schooling program that officials say offers flexibility to those who live far from their nearest school.
Alaska State Troopers say an 18-year-old man is facing an attempted murder charge after shooting another man in the head at a Palmer residence.
Behavioral health providers in Alaska are concerned about the impact of a potential $7 million reduction in grants to services such as mental health counseling and alcohol and drug abuse treatment.
The Red Dog Mine operating in northwest Alaska is suing the Northwest Arctic Borough, claiming the municipality has enacted an unfair severance tax.
Some visitors to Fort Wainwright are no longer able to enter using just their driver's license to identify themselves.
Anchorage police say officers investigating a drug case found an "explosive device" at a home. The department's vice unit Thursday afternoon was carrying out a search warrant at a home on the 7300 block of Fourth Avenue when officers found the device.
A 44-year-old Anchorage man has been charged with first-degree murder and evidence tampering in the November shooting death of a man on a remote island near Kodiak.
A state lawmaker is proposing legislation that would prohibit inmate couples from getting married at Alaska's prisons.
The National Transportation Safety Board says wreckage from a small airplane that struck a downtown Anchorage building last month was incinerated in the post-crash fire.
As if the odds of winning the Powerball jackpot weren't inconvenient enough, people who live in the six states that don't participate have to put in considerable extra effort if they want a ticket.
BP is cutting some 4,000 jobs in exploration and production over the next two years amid sharp drops in the price of crude. The company says some of those job losses will be in Alaska, but didn't give specifics.
The head of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race will meet with Fairbanks officials next week to discuss possibly starting the 1,000-mile race in that city because of poor snow conditions in southcentral Alaska.
State prison officials have released the name of a prisoner who died Sunday morning The Department of Corrections in a release says 24-year-old Kellsie Green died at Alaska Regional Hospital.