The Associated Press
Gov. Bill Walker has hired Craig Richards as an oil and gas consultant, less than a month after Richards resigned as Alaska's attorney general. Listen now
The shooting death of a puppy in the Fairbanks area has ignited community outcry as residents who have had similar experiences with their animals question how the authorities respond to such incidents. Listen now
Sen. Lisa Murkowski will be traveling in Alaska next week as part of her re-election campaign and won't be attending the national Republican convention.
Federal prosecutors say a 36-year-old Fort Wainwright soldier has pleaded guilty to receiving bribes in a plot to steal fuel at a base in Afghanistan. Listen now
An Alaska legislative official says the Alaska House majority spokesman facing assault charges is no longer employed by the state. Listen now
Gov. Bill Walker has signed legislation allowing for national criminal history checks on people applying for licenses for legal marijuana businesses in Alaska. Listen now
Two Catholic hospital chains are merging to create the nation's third-largest nonprofit health system, with more than 100,000 employees in seven states Listen now
The Anchorage Police Department says that the bodies of a man and a woman were discovered on a bike path in the city's downtown.
Park officials say a grizzly bear that has previously charged at people has bitten and scratched a hiker, and they will kill the animal when they find it.
The University of Alaska Board of Regents is set to decide next steps for the partially completed engineering building at the Fairbanks campus. Download Audio
Alaska road crews have dislodged a massive boulder that was poised to come crashing down on a highway busy with summer travelers. Download Audio
The Anchorage district attorney will soon decide whether to file assault charges against the spokesman for the majority caucus of the Alaska House of Representatives. Download Audio
State government officials might be too optimistic about the market when planning to use money from the Alaska Permanent Fund to help pay for state government. Download Audio
The driver of a passenger van that crashed on the remote Aleutian island of Atka, killing three passengers, has been charged with three counts of manslaughter. Download Audio