Alaska State Troopers have identified two Pogo Mine contractors who were attacked by a black bear near the Mine on Monday.
Both Alaska Senators Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan have expressed concerns over the ACHA's effects on Alaskan health care. The two Senators could be important swing votes in Thursday's vote on the American Health Care Act.
Ohio authorities are asking Alaskans to contact police if they have had any interactions with a family that may be living in the Kenai area.
Fairbanks business, Cummins Northwest, partnered with the United Way of the Tanana Valley to participate in a worldwide initiative.
Genene Jones, who's already serving 99 years in a Texas prison, has been indicted in the deaths of two more infants and is suspected in dozens more.
The Wisconsin state Assembly has passed a Republican-backed bill that would allow college administrators to expel students for "disrupting" campus speakers.
Nearly half of U.S. women don't realize heart disease is their top health risk, and many admit to skipping clinic visits because they want to lose weight first.
One member of the hung jury in Bill Cosby's mistrial said the panel was deeply divided from the very start of its marathon deliberations.
The Church of England "colluded" with and helped to hide the long-term sexual abuse of young men by one of its former bishops, the head of the church said Thursday.