Alaska's fire season is already underway

The Division of Forestry was called to a wild fire that shut down the Seward Highway south of Anchorage Thursday.


The lieutenant governor says Governor Walker doesn't think Senate Bill 26 will do enough to close the budget gap.


Alaska State Troopers say the child had been in Wold’s care, and died on March 8, 2017.



These individuals have warrants for theft, burglary, property crimes, unlawful evasion, or drug trafficking.


State senate passes insurance bill for state police and firefighters


Russian planes seen flying near Alaska's coast for fourth straight day


Exchange student, who had never played tennis, qualifies for tournament


Wind farms, solar discussed at renewable energy meeting


Lots of planning goes into local school lunches


Tennessee teacher arrested, student found safe


Environmental group suing Trump Administration over hunting regulations


Cat with 9 lives saves 9 puppies


Restaurant owner shot over pita bread, ‘lucky’ in more ways than one


Retailers, residents celebrate first legal pot holiday


Demolition begins on Farmers Loop Sourdough Fuel station


Don Young files for 24th term in U.S. House of Representatives


Welding sparks catch truck on fire at Sourdough station


More Russian bombers intercepted near Alaska


Badger Elementary gets new name


'This Is Us' star shares emotional letter


Can Bill Nye's new show save the world?


Tennessee teacher arrested, student safe


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