Wasilla traffic stop turns fatal

36-year-old Justin Smith killed an AST K-9 and was shot and killed in return.


One proposal, introduced by Governor Walker, is to increase the state motor fuel, or gasoline, tax.


They released five names today and will complete the list for tomorrow in hopes the community can help apprehend the subjects.



Hilcorp Alaska, LLC, is expecting to deploy divers within the next 10 days to repair their natural gas leak in the Cook Inlet.


Earthquake rumbles ocean floor near the Aleutians


Raven Landing residents raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters


Man boxes to knock out Parkinson's symptoms


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Paint the Doors contest will showcase young local artists


Firefighters see through smoke with new mask


Trump's 100 day agenda scorecard


Escalator reverses, shoppers tumble


Police: Teacher, teen used email to interact


Author changes lives through writing


Coffee shops and ATMs named prime spots for defibrillators


Zoo suffers loss of 33 reptiles


Over 2,000 cards delivered to young cancer patient for her birthday


Teen collects thousands of toys to deliver to pediatric patients


Colorado considers strategy to protect pot growers


Wasilla area gets first recreational pot shop


Video: "Fake news" until it's real news?


Taxi driver robbed at gunpoint


Gov. Walker asks Hilcorp for temporary production shutdown


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