"Death Tax" may be on the chopping block

With GOP majorities in both chambers and a Republican in the White House, Alabama Senator Luther Strange says he's confident they can get rid of the tax.

Gov. Bill Walker has signed into law legislation allowing state health officials to extend a program for broader distribution of a drug used to prevent opioid overdose.

Golden Valley Electric Association officials say the proposal was rejected because the wind farm would increase costs.

AST has increased their focus on the problem and recommends the public to take extra steps protecting their valuables.

House Finance Committee discusses PFD draw limits

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AST asking public's help in catching robbery suspects

Local organization raises over $15K for cancer research

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Panel considering Office of Children's Services investigation

New bill would allow restaurants and stores to donate excess food to charity

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Trump proposes eliminating after-school program

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Police in bright fluorescent jackets shepherded tourists, journalists and lawmakers away from Parliament after Wednesday's brazen attack.

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Witnesses share their firsthand accounts of what happened during the attack in London on Wednesday.