Lt. Gov. Mallott Resigns After Inappropriate Comments

Effective today, Byron Mallott is no longer Alaska's Lieutenant Governor.

Congressman Don Young and candidate Alyse Galvin faced off for the second time leading up to the election in November.

Laroy White of Fairbanks was sentenced yesterday to 20 years in prison for the 2016 murder of Donald McLean.

The conversation on a Borough Assembly Ordinance to cap the school district's reserve funds continued Monday evening at a special meeting organized by the School Board.

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