An oil and natural gas production company has temporarily shut down following a gas line leak in Cook Inlet.
A taxi driver was robbed at gunpoint early Saturday morning in Fairbanks.
Alaska lost 6,500 jobs between February 2016 and February 2017, according to the Department of Labor & Workforce Development from sectors of the economy tied directly to the oil industry.
Congressman Don Young says he would have been a 'no' vote on the American Health Care Act had it gone to a floor vote.
A recent survey found that applications from foreign students to U.S. schools are down nearly 40 percent this year.
Senior military and defense officials are investigating reports a U.S. airstrike killed scores of civilians in Iraq.
China's rulers are planning for the world's biggest megacity with an estimated population of 130 million and the size of New England.
The gunman had barricaded himself in a bus for hours and a section of the tourist destination was closed. Police said he opened fire without warning.
Arkansas state code says at least six 'respectable citizens' must view the executions to confirm it was 'conducted in the manner required by law.'