Record-breaking number of cruise ship passengers expected in Juneau this summer

The cruise ship industry expects to see a record-breaking number of passengers visiting Juneau in the summer of 2017.

A Palmer couple has been sentenced for drug trafficking conspiracy between January 2015 and March 2016.

State officials say highway improvement plans along the Sterling Highway on the Kenai Peninsula will result in overall safety.

A family says their mother in the Mat-Su Valley was a victim of robbery after she was taken advantage of when she offered her home to two people in need. It’s the impact of the growing heroin and opioid epidemic sweeping across the country, including in Alaska.

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Defense cross-examine key witness in Sockeye Fire trial

AST pursues stolen vehicle into the Village of Ninilchik

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Anchorage Archbishop Schwietz hospitalized

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World record falls in women's Scissor Kick Broad Jump

Newly-signed executive order aims to expand Arctic drilling and exploration

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Alaska resident tests positive for Zika virus

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