Friends of Carbon Monoxide victim go to school wearing a special dedication

Danni Desjarlais first met Trevor Nobel in seventh grade. She’s now a senior at South High School. After learning of Nobel's death she organized a special tribute. She asked friends to come to school wearing Nobel’s favorite color-green.

This week at the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) about a half dozen scientists are running experiments, including the study of artificial aurora.

A lawsuit filed against a drug task force in southeast Alaska challenges the seizure of personal property by law enforcement and seeks more transparency in the search warrant process.

At 11 a.m., on Wednesday, Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski will give her annual Alaska State Legislature address.

AFD leaders target "excessive overtime" to cut back on budget overruns

Anchorage School Board passes 2017-18 budget

Family looks back on barn moving event nearly 30 years ago

New disability law

Family of murder victim seeks justice

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention

Natural gas leaks from pipeline in Alaska's Cook Inlet

Minnick and Olstad regain lead at Iron Dog halfway point

First Iron Dog racers arrive in Nome

McConnell to head Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office

Anchorage man indicted for the murder of a valley teen

Deputy's stolen bike returned with mysterious note from young woman

Snow Comes Our Way

Iron Dog 2017 racers through Unalakleet

Mardi Gras tradition gives new hope to Anchorage homeless

UPDATE: Authorities name the victim, zero in on cause, in Monday's deadly carbon monoxide incident

Alaska board, prompted by suit, proposes new abortion rules

Rep. Dave Loebsack demands independent Russia probe

Aklestad and Johnson grab Iron Dog lead at Kaltag checkpoint

Iron Dog 2017 GPS Tracking

Reward offered in Mat Su mailbox break-ins

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Are Some Schools Sending Kids Home Without Suspension Hearings?

One advocate has 150 students clients who say they were disciplined without due process.

Alabama Town Mourns Deaths of Father, Son in Car Crash

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New Group Takes on Drug Prices and Big Pharma

It's a good time to be an advocate for lower drug prices. A cancer patient with a $26,000 per month drug bill thinks he's right for the cause.

'He Is a Monster': More Charges for Disgraced Gymnastics Doctor

"I've never seen or heard of anything like this," a lawyer representing 13 victims says.

New Charges Announced Against Former US Gymnastics Doctor

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette described Larry Nassar as "disgusting" and as a "monster" when he announced that 22 new counts of sexual abuse had been filed in the investigation.