In Palmer, concerns linger over proposed cuts to Pioneer Homes

Dozens of Palmer residents gathered at St. Michaels Catholic Church Sunday afternoon for a town hall meeting with Senator Shelley Hughes (R-Palmer) to address concerns over a recent proposal to gut funding to the town’s Alaska Veterans and Pioneers Home.


A video game tournament in Naknek this weekend has raised almost $6,000 to help fund IT education in the Bristol Bay School District.


A solar storm late last week sparked bright aurora visible across much of the state over the weekend. Here are two timelapse videos of the aurora over Kotzebue from Adriel Perry.



Anchorage Police say an arrest has been made in connection to a Saturday morning shooting at a grocery store.


Earth Day climate stats, Alaska continues to warm


Cloudy skies and mild temperatures linger through the week


Orphaned dog helps senior center residents retain memories


Wednesday Sports April 19


What's next at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport?


Russian Bear bombers fly along Alaska coast Tuesday


'Protect our privacy' initiative can now begin collecting signatures to appear on 2018 ballot


UAA research sheds light on Alaska seabird decline


Bartenders compete to make funky recipes for fundraiser


Off duty firefighter helps get duplex fire under control


Police: man critically injured in stabbing at popular party spot


Pushing our bodies to the limit


Former East High students choreograph special dance for instructor now in hospice care


Alaska State Troopers rescue stranded snow machiner


U.S. Coast Guard assists 3 men in disabled boat Saturday night


Kenai River bank at popular fishing spot to get restored


Washington state man pleads guilty to trafficking ivory


Anchorage man says GPS tracker in auto start helped locate stolen vehicle


Sunshine gives way to clouds


2 groups arrested in Coachella cellphone thefts


Alaska Botanical Garden opens new state-of-the-art green house


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