Captain of flipped ship jumps into frigid Alaska water to save crewmate

A ship capsized yesterday, flinging four people overboard into 47-degree water near Raspberry Island. According to a release from the U.S. Coast Guard, several good Samaritans, a Coast Guard crew, and the captain of the submerged ship, all assisted in the Monday afternoon rescue.

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) voted "no" on whether to begin the health-care bill debate.

Fish and Game will meet Tuesday to discuss the possibility of closing the Kenai River for sports fishing.

The city of Anchorage will pay as much as $81.5 million for its business software upgrade called SAP.

Investigation continues into the stabbing death of Ellis Kaloke

Danger getting closer: elderly couple's home threatened by erosion

87-year-old completes bike race for 30th time

The Fishing Report: Russian River Reds

Mysterious death of Ketchikan surgeon leads to theft charges

Bird Ridge Trailhead temporarily closed

NOAA interested in reported sighting of a grey whale calf near Ship Creek

Budget problems roll downhill from Alaska Capitol to local governments

Meal under $10: Tilapia & crab roulade

Attorney General's Office issues warning of a door-to-door paving scam

Warm overnight temperatures keep Anchorage above average

First in more than 100 years, veteran laid to rest in historic cemetery

Alaska Down Under: JBER paratroopers make jump into Australian drop zone

World Eskimo-Indian Olympics wrap up in Fairbanks

Bake sale held for Injured Anchorage fire fighter

No remorse: S George Peterson claims self-defense in stabbing death of Ellis Kaloke in Levelock

Temps cool and the rain moves through.

Alaskans weigh in on healthcare debate

Latest on probe: Son-in-law Kushner says he 'did not collude with Russia'

Alaska State Troopers investigating "suspicious fire" near Galena

Alaska family files suit for wrongful death of man in jail

Fairbanks man allegedly points gun at girlfriend after she turned down marriage proposal

Troopers: Man drowns in Johnson Lake after removing life jacket

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