The Anchorage Community Development Authority is offering to buy the former Legislative Information Office in downtown Anchorage for a price of $14 million.
A young girl was shot in Fairview after two vehicles reportedly engaged in a shootout with each other near the area of 11th Avenue & Hyder Street.
Metlakatla's roots in Alaska started in 1887, when lay Anglican missionary William Duncan led 826 Tsimshian people on a 70-mile journey from British Columbia to an abandoned Tlingit village on Annette Island with the approval of President Cleveland.
A man who reportedly shot a police officer in Fairbanks, who later died during surgery complications resulting from the shooting, is now facing new charges.
Supporters of the measure argued that people had a right to try experimental procedures, while critics said giving people access to untested drugs was dangerous.
Multiple lawsuits allege inappropriate touching and remarks by a doctor who was paid to leave campus last year.
In an interview with a Greek TV station, Antonios Pagourtzis said he suspects that his son had been bullied. "He pulled the trigger but he is not this person," he said.
A pro-Moscow party is responsible for Austria's intelligence services, raising fears that Western secrets might be leaked to Vladimir Putin's government.
The heat wave has coincided with power outages and the start of Ramadan, when most Muslims do not eat or drink during the day.