Tanuvasa overcomes brother's death to shine in state football title

East High School football player overcomes brother's death to perform in the state championship game.

Presbyterian Church offers apology to Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians during day three of AFN.

The charity fundraiser Extra Life began its 34-hour gaming event that works almost like a pledge drive to raise money for the Children's Hospital in Providence.

On a busy final day of the Alaska Federation of Natives convention in Fairbanks, delegates approved a number of resolutions including one supporting the use of sales and walrus ivory in tools, arts and crafts.

Sunshine for Southcentral, storm system moves in to the Bering Sea

Even without marijuana for sale, Anchorage's first retail pot shop opens its doors

Teens rescue friend from burning car

First Alaska woman charged with possessing child pornography gets no jail time

Idaho beer with Alaska-sounding name stirs controversy after entering Anchorage market

Judge sentences man to 36 years in prison for sexual assault on injured woman

Selawik man dies after argument and fatal stabbing

Anchorage Gets Snow, Sunshine Takes Over Now

Family makes tough decision about breast cancer

Authorities seize $289,000 in cocaine, heroin during Bethel drug bust

Winter weather causes problems for Anchorage commuters

Man accused of attacking woman with machete indicted for attempted murder

US internet disrupted as key firm gets hit by cyberattack

Drug Enforcement Administration to host Drug Take Back Day Saturday

Alaska unemployment rate continues to rise, labor report finds

Vehicle fire briefly shuts down Glenn Highway

Staying safe while driving during the snowy season

Mayor says Fairbanks Four deserve compensation

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Explosions in Japan Kill One, Cause Not Known: Report

Several explosions went off in on Sunday in two locations near a park in the Japanese city of Utsunomiya, killing one person and injuring three.

Train Goes Off Tracks in Cameroon, Killing More Than 70 People

70 people were killed and 600 injured when a train carrying more than twice its capacity went off track in Eseka, Cameroon.

19 People Die in Helicopter Crash in Siberia

A helicopter carrying oil workers crashed because of bad weather conditions in Siberia (Russia), killing 19 people and injuring 2 passengers.

Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry Hit Campuses for Clinton

Cyrus knocked on dorm rooms at George Mason University in Virginia while Perry visited the University of Nevada-Las Vegas in the hopes of encouraging millennials to vote for Hillary Clinton.

Officials: 100 Mostly Barefoot Inmates Escape Haiti Lockup

A guard was reported killed and others were injured after inmates overpowered jailers and escaped from a lockup in the coastal town of Arcahaie.

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