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After being reinstated last week, Fairbanks police chief again placed on leave

First he was out. Then he was back. Now he’s out again. Fairbank’s embattled Police Chief Randall Aragon was placed back on paid administrative leave Tuesday afternoon

A rockslide has forced the closure of the Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel, also known as the Whittier Tunnel.

Students from across the Anchorage school district get the chance to hear directly from candidates in the upcoming election during the 2016 Youth Vote Forum.

New recommendations for cutting the risk of sudden infant death syndrome call for parents to keep their infants in a separate sleeping space inside the parent’s bedroom for the baby’s first year of life.

Holiday gas stations hit by overnight crime wave

STORMY Over W. & NW Coasts

Parents return from deployment to surprise kids

Police identify victim in Government Hill fatal shooting

Researchers link virus to Alaska birds with deformed beaks

Live Stream: Youth Vote Forum

National intelligence director says non-state actor to blame for cyberattack

Pedestrian suffers non-life threatening injuries in Midtown hit-and-run

Family honors son's death by giving back

Food banks & food pantries serving families never seen before

Construction blamed for less money being made at Tikahtnu Commons

Alaska faith-based centers could be impacted by California abortion ruling

Alaska Republican Party files federal elections complaint against Joe Miller

Alaska's first marijuana testing lab opens in Anchorage

With presidential election 14 days away, U.S. Attorney takes steps to handle complaints about voting process in Alaska

High Wind Warnings: Central Aleutians, NW, SE

Hiking overnight, volunteers bring supplies to two men stranded in Hatcher Pass

Wisconsin cold case victim could have ties to Alaska

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Google Fiber High-Speed Service on Hold as CEO Leaves

Facing challenges from rivals and faster technologies, Google put its eagerly awaited high-speed internet service on hold Tuesday night.

Michigan War Memorial Vandalized

Police in Cedar Springs, Michigan, are asking for the public's help after parts of a monument dedicated to a fallen soldier were stolen.

The 'Year of Cleveland'? City's Sports Fans Are Losers No More

Cleveland used to think it was cursed as a city, until the sports teams started winning. (Shhh.. don't mention the Browns)

Black Applicants Rejected for Trump Apartments Speak Out

Litigation sparked by discrimination allegations stretched into the mid-1980s.

1993 Yearbook Predicted Cubs World Series Win — in 2016

'You heard it here first,' Michael Lee wrote for his picture in the 1993 yearbook at Mission Viejo, Calif., High School.

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