Man turns himself in after Saturday afternoon shooting

Adrian Mendizabal claims he accidentally shot Vernon Smoke, who was taken into surgery at FMH and then medevaced to Seattle.

Alaskans around the state expressed thoughts and concerns about proposed cuts to the UA budget for Fiscal Year 2018.

Low oil prices have caused industry reductions and layoffs, leaving Alaska hovering near or even beginning a recession.

Senate Bill 9 is a legislation designed to improve economic and social development in military facility zones.

Anchorage rape suspect arrested

Fairbanksans pitch in for Cleanup Day

Baby removed from womb for surgery, then returned

Big changes ahead for Chena Ridge this summer

August marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Chena River Flood

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Paradise festival turns into nightmare

EPA removes climate change info from website

Boy writes essay about police officer who saved his life years before

Thousands march to protest Trump policy

The viral video that set a city on fire

Opioids creating generation of American orphans

Will Trump border wall ever happen?

Trump rolls back offshore drilling restrictions

Experts report more cases of child abuse every year

Woman loses $80,000 to online scam

Family uses search dog to try and find lost daughter

Offshore drilling rollbacks sound alarm bells for many Alaskans

Lawmakers still struggling with $3 billion budget deficit

Fairbanks woman gets 23 years for murdering her husband

New case of Zika virus confirmed in Alaska

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