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Reward offered in Mat Su mailbox break-ins

Husband and wife owners of a family mailbox rental business near Big Lake have had enough of thieves breaking into community mailboxes.


The seven-member board approved the new rule at meeting Monday, but restricted the use of dogs to hunting coyotes in the Delta Junction area.


Even when a state court confirms someone was wrongly convicted of a crime in Alaska, when the innocent person walks free, they are not guaranteed any compensation for the time they lost behind bars.



When Tina Novotney was asked to describe her sister, Brandy, on Monday the first thing she remembered was her bright smile.


One dead, seven hospitalized following carbon monoxide leak in South Anchorage


DATA VIZ: Statewide crime reported in Alaska (1960 - 2015)


Coffee shop chalkboard becomes work of art


Family of murder victim seeks justice


Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention


Snow gives way to Tuesday Sunshine, then Back to Snow


Alaska reality star sues Emmy-winning show, claiming unsafe shoots & 'fictionalized' storylines


Differing opinions on new law overturning Obama-era coal regulations


University of Alaska officials to discuss UA Title IX agreement


UPDATE: Officer responsible for shooting, killing standoff suspect identified


Army veteran gets surprise 70th wedding anniversary party


After week of snowfall, experts warn of high avalanche danger across Southcentral


Senators ask Attorney General for recusal in Russia investigation


Breakfast Club: Anchorage Plumbing & Heating


AMCO says further action won't be pursued in statewide seizure of cannabidiol products


Troopers seek information about home invasion robbery involving 5 men


Rollercoaster weather week ahead


Teams head to McGrath with 2017 Iron Dog officially underway


Emergency response vehicle believed 'totaled' after collision


Ride-share company push hits speed bumps in Alaska


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DHS Told to Start Crackdown on Illegal Border Crossings

DHS Secretary John Kelly's memos are similar to orders signed by Trump as part of his campaign promise to take a harder line on illegal immigration.

SCOTUS Appears Headed for a Tie in Cross-Border Shooting Case

The court appeared headed for a tie and would order the case to be reheard if Neil Gorsuch is confirmed as the ninth Supreme Court justice.

Seven People Fall Through Ice in Central Park Pond

Dramatic video shows the moments before and after a group of seven young people plunged through the ice on a pond in Central Park Monday.

Need for Speed: Wisconsin Teens Build Backyard Roller Coaster

When you are two teenagers who crave the thrill of riding a roller coaster, but you are miles away from an amusement park, what do you do? You build your own. WTMJ's Rebecca Klopf reports.

Cab Ride to Border: Immigrants Flee US for Refuge in Canada

Immigrants are illegally crossing from the US into Canada in growing numbers hoping to receive refugee status. WPTZ's Liz Strzepa reports.