GoPro footage: FCC officer brandishes firearm on North Pole ATV motorist

GoPro footage captured a scuffle between an ATV motorist and an FCC officer in North Pole. Now the ATV motorist is being charged with 4th degree assault.

Sen. Lisa Murkowski joined 6 other Republicans to vote against a full repeal of the Affordable Care Act without a replacement plan.

37-year-old Roberto Leal pleaded not guilty to second degree murder for the July 8th asphyxiation death of 29-year-old Robyn Gray.

The bill limits prescriptions, allows patients to opt out of prescriptions, and calls for daily updates to a database tracking prescriptions.

Countdown to solar eclipse

Ft. Wainwright hosts newcomer's orientation for incoming military personnel

Teen continues recovery after surviving plane crash

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Chena Hot Springs Rd. mailboxes vandalized by pyrotechnics

Healy man arrested after waking up roommate and strangling him

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Governor Walker reacts to ACA repeal

Fairgrounds busy with preparations for Tanana Valley State Fair

Angels of America's Fallen pushes for children's swim safety

US Senate votes to open up repeal of ACA to floor debates

Olivia Piiyuuk Shields named Miss WEIO 2017

8,000 rubber ducks race their way down the Chena River

Murkowski votes to confirm Interior Deputy Secretary David Brenhardt

Golden Days Parade showcases Interior's unique lifestyles

Fairbanks man charged with murder following vehicular death of two women

Ft. Wainwright's 'LendLease' housing celebrates completion with ribbon-cutting ceremony

Jury selection begins for trial of man accused of murdering Janessa Kempski

Alaska's unemployment now highest in the nation

Alaska Broadcaster Monte Bowen retires

Mayor Matherly nominates Jonathan Bagwill for vacant City Council seat

US House approves bill allowing construction of road from King Cove to Cold Bay

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Trump's Skyline Sketch Draws Mixed Reviews

The 11.5-by-9-inch piece, originally sketched by the president for a 2005 charity event, is now up for auction.

Inmate Asks for Reprieve, Says Lawyer Relied on Wikipedia

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DOJ Files Brief Rejecting LGBTQ Workplace Protections

The Department of Justice submitted an amicus brief opposing the extension of Title VII discrimination protections on the basis of sexual orientation.

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Seventeen journalists and staff from one of Turkey's oldest newspapers are on trial for charges related to last year's coup attempt.

Judge Rules Sick British Baby Be Sent to Hospice to Die

Charlie's parents, Connie Yates and Chris Gard, have been fighting with the hospital caring for their son on his end of life arrangements.