New charges filed in Bojangles murder case

22–year–old Davis pleaded not guilty to two counts of first degree murder, 2nd degree murder, attempted murder, assault and a miscellaneous weapons charge.


In this week's Health Watch, Julia Laude looks at recommended headphone usage and how it should be monitored.


Monte Bowen has the story of a former military policeman in this report.



She says the U.S. imports the majority of its necessary minerals.


Broadband comes to the Arctic


Video: Spicer and reporter laugh after testy exchange


Volunteers bring new life to cemetery for pets


Break up season is a good time for windshield repair


Attempt to use smoke to kill wasps sets newly-purchased home on fire


47 rescued dachshunds now need homes


Cat that was shot makes big step toward recovery


Alzheimer's advocates hit the Hill


Students, first responders eat lunch together at school


Serial killer 'Angel of Death' allegedly beaten in prison, now hospitalized


Shifting ice damages, drains dam near Kodiak


AST releases remainder of Fairbanks' Most Wanted list


State house passes "fully funded and responsible budget" to senate


Special event will honor Vietnam Vets on Wednesday


Paws for Purple Hearts invites vets, active military and families for coffee


Health Report: Tips for healthier eating


Gov. Walker is sponsoring workers' compensation legislation


Wasilla traffic stop turns fatal


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American Airlines Pilot Dies After Medical Emergency on Flight

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First Officer Dies During American Airlines Flight

An American Airlines flight from to Albuquerque was two miles from landing when the captain reported an emergency and landed the plane alone.