A dead whale has washed up in Kincaid Park

A dead whale has washed up in Kincaid Park, people will be fined if they take anything from the whale.


Alaska is set to receive more sweeteners under a revised version of the Graham-Cassidy bill, according to NBC News.


An Anchorage family is struggling to reach Puerto Rico and contact family members left in the dark by hurricane Maria.



Janice Weiss, the coordinator of the Mat-Su Reentry Coalition, says repealing SB-91 would "definitely be a step back." Instead she advocates for reform.


City looks to use community-driven data to update trail plan


Leaving behind a life of crime, first graduate of Alaska Hope Court looks to inspire others


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APD: Traffic collision closes New Seward Highway at Dimond Boulevard


UPDATE: Failed pressure test may have caused the Valdez oil spill


Personal journey: Courage to divorce


Seattle Seahawks absent during the national anthem Sunday


The Latest: Church pastor among those wounded in Tennessee church shooting


Language, culture barriers fall on high school soccer field


GOP race for support of their latest health care bill


Leonard DiCaprio Foundation awards grant to Alaska group


Inflated roof at The Dome allows crews to assess damage


Volunteers create wigs fit for pint-sized royalty


Researcher on board Chinese Vessel medevaced by U.S. Coast Guard


People Mover holds open house ahead of major changes to bus system


Cheney Lake reopens following police search for potential evidence in recent homicide


Police: Stolen RV recovered with about 10 dogs still inside


Concept designs revealed for Town Square Park


N.B.A. athlete, Stephen Curry, target of latest presidential criticisms


Juneau officials to consider returning land to tribe


U.S. bombers and fighter escorts fly over waters east of North Korea


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Lesbian Wins Right to Spousal Visa in Landmark Hong Kong Case

A Hong Kong appeals court on Monday ruled that a British lesbian whose partner works in the city should be granted a spousal visa.

Puerto Rico Holds Its Breath Over Hurricane-Battered Dam

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello has warned that 70,000 people could be in danger if the dam failed.

America's Most Effective Anti-ISIS Allies Are Voting on Independence Today

Opponents of the vote — a list of countries that includes the U.S. — say the ballot could provoke destabilization and ethnic violence.

Vaccine Skeptic Message Gets Bolder

Vaccine skeptics, often called anti-vaxxers, are getting bolder with their message that vaccines are the product of a coverup by industry, government and media.

Germany's Far-Right Just Got 13% of Vote. Its Nazi Past Is Just a Stumble Away.

Thousands of so-called "Stolpersteine," or "stumbling stones," remind passersby of the victims of Nazi terror.