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Tylan Fely, 34, also faces charges of weapons misconduct, evidence tampering and misconduct involving a corpse.
Anchorage police have detained a man sought in connection with a Thanksgiving Day fatal shooting. The 27-year-old suspect had not been formally charged as of early Friday.
The 2014 crash seriously injured pilot Forest Kirst of Fairbanks and three Canadian tourists. One of the passengers died 35 days later.
Steven Downs, of Auburn, Maine, is charged with first-degree murder and felony sexual assault in the 1993 death of 20-year-old Sophie Sergie.
The task force will seek to develop protocols to apply to new and unsolved cases and creating a multi-jurisdictional team to review cold cases.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Monday that $1.8 million in Alaska grants are part of $423 million in transit infrastructure grants approved nationwide.
The Supreme Court is raising doubts about Alaska’s $500-a-year limit on contributions to political candidates
The Supreme Court is raising doubts about Alaska's $500-a-year limit on contributions to political candidates. The justices are ordering a lower court to take a new look at the issue. The court says in an unsigned opinion Monday that federal judges who had rejected a challenge to the contribution cap did not take account of a 2006 high court ruling invalidating low-dollar limits on political contributions in Vermont.
The Municipality of Anchorage saw more than a foot of snowfall Saturday after tying a temperature record set in 1967.
Set Free Alaska has been searching for a place to put a facility for men fighting addiction since the beginning of the year.
The U.S. Census Bureau says the nationwide count is a constitutional requirement, and workers canvassing communities to obtain resident information are not bound by posted trespassing warnings.
Brian Steven Smith has pleaded not guilty to killing 30-year-old Kathleen Henry. Police say he's confessed to shooting another Alaska Native woman.
Smith faces charges of murder, sexual assault and evidence tampering in the death of 30-year-old Kathleen Henry.
The Alaska Department of Corrections plans to seek bids for housing inmates out of state, saying its institutions are near capacity and opening a moth-balled facility will take too long.
A major issue has been the cost of overtime pay to staff who fill in for firefighters on leave.
A group of young Alaskans sued the state over climate policy. Today, they’re taking their case to the state’s Supreme Court.
The lawsuit says state policy that promotes fossil fuels violates the constitutional right of young Alaskans to a safe climate.
Officials say the Mat-Su force would handle calls outside the cities of Palmer and Wasilla.