Mayor Berkowitz signs nationwide initiative 'to combat hate, extremism and bigotry'

Mayor Ethan Berkowitz signed the Mayors' Compact, a nationwide initiative 'to combat hate, extremism and bigotry.' Berkowitz joins more than 200 mayors across the country who have signed the compact.

The National Park Service says it’s conducting a search for a missing man within the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve.

Community members met downtown on Saturday to share their hopes for the future of Town Square Park.

For the past ten years the Blueberry Festival in Girdwood has provided a spot at the bottom of Alyeska hill to refuel after a long day of hunting for blueberries.

Countdown to solar eclipse

Alaska's chances to see the solar eclipse

Inmates train service dogs to help families across US

APD reports a "tragic" loss for police

Butte Elementary Principal welcomes students to school

Families gather for The Walk to Remember

3rd Annual Clothesline Project kicks off

The state of small game: why hares, ptarmigan & grouse are looking good

Steps parents can take to raise kind kids

Whale stranded in western Washington state beach freed

Chants ring out at counter-protest rally in Boston

Unexpected benefits of exercise

A new proposal could reduce land use charges on some of Alaska's hydro projects

Driver flees the scene after crashing into a school bus

The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation: Stellar returns on investments this year

Multiple "armed and dangerous" people sought for assault using an animal crate

Ketchikan beaches remain contaminated with fecal bacteria

River rescue: life saved in whitewater mishap

Q&A: U.S. Health Secretary Tom Price discusses his trip to Alaska

Judge sentences man to 127 years for 2015 crime spree

In her own words: a woman with constant pain is denied her meds

Drier Saturday than Sunday....eclipse on Monday.

Budgetary delays worsen Alaska's teacher shortage

Troopers: 6-year-old shot, killed by 10-year-old in unintentional shooting

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How Boston Successfully Managed 40,000 on the Streets

Boston dealt with tens of thousands of protesters on Saturday but largely avoided violence or damage to public property.

Program Aims to Keep OB/GYNs in Rural America

A new program aims to encourage obstetricians and OB/GYNs working in rural America, so women don't have to travel for hours to give birth in maternity wards

A Historic Wildfire Has Been Burning in the Arctic for Weeks

The wildfire appears historic in both its size and its duration, but no one can say for sure — because Greenland doesn't have longstanding records of fires.

Thousands March in Boston to Counter 'Free Speech Rally'

Thousands of counter-protesters marched in Boston to confront right-wing "free speech" demonstrators on Saturday after the deadly white nationalist rally in Virginia last weekend.

Wife of Man Killed in Spain Attack Lost 'Love of My Life'

California residents, Heidi Nunes-Tucker, 40, and Jared Tucker, 42, were celebrating their first wedding anniversary when they decided to visit a friend in Barcelona.