Marijuana advovates ramp up campaign before maijuana vote in Mat-Su Valley

There’s less than a week before a borough election in the Mat-Su and a group of marijuana advocates were busy waving signs Thursday in Palmer reminding people that there is one.

People concerned about crime in Anchorage gathered Thursday evening at Valley of the Moon Park for an event called Own the Night.

Alaska consumers are among those caught up in a bank scandal at Wells Fargo.

When Alaskans are left to deal with what comes next when traumas happen in their communities, there's a group that channels their efforts to help people heal. The group known as Returning to Harmony is now on a mission to heal communities by helping people reconnect with their ancestral roots.

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Richards lands new contract to advise state on fiscal issues

Fairbanks police investigate shots fired off restaurant roof

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Charges: Barrow man killed stepfather, may have feared for his own life

Alaska settles complaint over Medicaid payment system

Accused of stealing ammo and trying to sell it on Facebook, police officer loses badge

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What Will Black Boxes Reveal in Deadly N.J. Crash?

The black boxes from Thursday's NJ Transit crash could yield a wealth of data, from train speed to brake use to throttle position.

FROM 2002: Thieves Steal 'Priceless' Van Gogh Paintings

The artworks were stolen 14 years ago from Amsterdam's Vincent Van Gogh Museum, as Dutch TV reported.

White Helmet Volunteer's Tears Show Toll of Syria War

The emotional strain of an hours-long operation to save a baby girl from a building in Idlib, Syria, was written on the face of this rescuer.

'Priceless' Van Gogh Paintings Found 14 Years After Theft

The works were recovered by anti-Mafia police in Italy and appeared to be in relatively good condition, officials said. They were taken from a museum in Amsterdam in 2002.

This Video Shows the Raw Emotion of Saving a Life

The rescuer clutches the dusty child to his chest as his shoulders heave and body trembles. He cries: "Oh god ... Oh lord."

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