North Pole Man gets Two Years for DV Assault

A North Pole man was sentenced to two years behind bars today for allegedly holding a woman captive and beating her every time she tried to leave.

Last week the University of Alaska Fairbanks held a formal ceremony to celebrate the opening of the new engineering building.

The United Way of the Tanana Valley's annual Toy Drive has reached its halfway mark, but there is still a need for gifts for teens.

A dozen governors of both parties are urging Congress to reauthorize funding for a popular children's health insurance program as soon as possible

The Better Business Bureau warns of phony computer fixes

President Trump signs $700 billion military budget into law

Sessions: terror attacks show immigration a security issue

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UPDATE: Tax bill scales back mortgage interest deduction

ALABAMA SENATE: Roy Moore rides to poll on horseback, as in past

Double peppermint chocolate chip cookies

NYC BOMBING: Prosecutor says bomb suspect wanted maximum damage

UPDATE: Senator Warren says Trump tries to bully Gillibrand

Crews protect hillside home as California fire roars

Tillerson: No diplomatic 'wins on the board' after Year 1

Nenana fire chief doesn't let heart attack impede his duties

Crews cleaning up roads after rare December rain

North Pole Industrial Building Burns to the Ground

12 projects announced to fight climate change

Alaska delegation speaks on tax reform

Facebook group, Helping Hands, is asking the community for help this holiday season

Transgender people can enlist in military Jan 1

Waiting for Congress, Mnuchin makes 2nd emergency debt move

Southern California fires causing unhealthy air

Trump administration says GOP tax bill will create $1.8 trillion in revenue

President Trump wants to send man back to moon, on to Mars

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