Alaska lawmakers: GOP health care bill would be bad for Alaska

Alaska lawmakers say GOP health care bill would be bad for Alaska


On Thursday the commander of the 11th Air Force told the Joint Armed Services Committee said the threat from North Korea has increased.


Ride-sharing services like Lyft, SideCar, and Uber took a step toward to becoming legal in Alaska, as the Senate voted 14-5 on Thursday to approve Senate Bill 14.



The Department of Homeland Security has been warning Alaska policymakers for more than a decade to bring state law into compliance with the REAL ID Act, or else.


Tow truck company's yard near capacity, abandoned vehicles blamed


Palmer man indicted for murder and drug trafficking could face death penalty


8-year-old hopes to be cured of sickle cell anemia


Break-in at SteamDot Coffee


Anchorage Assembly establishes ride sharing rules


Wednesday Sports March 22


Sunny, melty days....crisp, icy nights.


Spanish, Japanese and alternative programs; hundreds wait for results on the school lottery


Overdose first aid; Covenant House residents build Naloxone kits


Walker: Up to 45K Alaskans could lose coverage with GOP bill


UPDATE: Identity, details of the man involved in early morning Fairview police standoff


Horses help engineers access cell towers in remote areas


See how Iditarod XLV prize money was distributed


Get up and Gab with KBEAR 104.1 Dawson McKay & Matt Valley


Record low Arctic ice for third year in a row


Dog owner intervenes in moose trampling


New details in 2015 plane crash that killed nine near Ketchikan


‘A prosecutor’s worst nightmare.’ Why the state dropped a prior charge against accused wife killer


Legislature's approach to conflicts of interest on full display as budget passes House


Man struck by stray bullet inside Fairbanks library


Police arrest 18-year-old for vandalism of park strip train


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Trump Ultimatum: Vote Friday or Obamacare Stays

After House Republican leaders abruptly canceled a planned vote on the GOP health care bill Thursday afternoon, Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney made clear Thursday evening that President Trump is done negotiating on the hotly-debated health care bill and wants a vote on Friday. If the president doesn't get a vote to repeal and replace Obamacare, he will move on to other priorities, Mulvaney said, according to a source in the room during tense talks with GOP members. Tune in to MSNBC for continuing coverage.

Rigged! President Turns 18-Wheeler Into a Trump Truck

President Donald Trump got in the driver's seat of an 18-wheeler as he welcomed truck drivers and trucking CEOs to the White House.

Stolen Super Bowl Jerseys Returned to Patriots by FBI

Investigators showed up at Gillette Stadium with the recovered jerseys, even stopping to pose for a photo with them.

Coast Guard Suspends Search for Missing Cruise Ship Passenger

"Making the choice to suspend a search is never an easy decision and one the Coast Guard doesn't take lightly," the Coast Guard said.

Jury Gets Case in Trial of Penn State's Ex-President

The jury in former Penn State University president Graham Spanier's criminal trial went home Thursday after more than six hours of deliberations without reaching a verdict.