Fair opens to rainy day, but sun to come

The Alaska State Fair opened on Thursday, August 25. Fairgoers didn't let a little rain stop them from having fun and delicious food. Sun is forecast for the first weekend of the fair.


For two days, military search and rescue training covered the simulated emergency of a 250 passenger adventure-class cruise liner in distress in the Bering Strait.


Most Friday and Saturday nights, early into the mornings, Nick Hornshuh drives his dark colored SUV around Anchorage looking for drunk drivers. He is a volunteer from the Anchorage Police Citizens Academy Alumni Association who patrols the streets in his personal vehicle every Friday and Saturday, but the program has come to an end.



Authorities in Alaska say it took more than two years to successfully prosecute a former Bethel police officer accused in a brutality case, saying their intent was to do a thorough and methodical investigation.


Canadian hiker rescued from Stampede Trail


Officials, stakeholders try to tackle Mountain View's staggering unemployment rate


Officers: Meth busts on the rise


Begich Towers: Tour the most famous building in Whittier


Thousand-foot trench to protect Old Glenn Highway from Matanuska River


Cost-saving commercial fishing order put on hold for more input


Juneau school bus struck by bullet


State Fair goes smoke-free


Schools using software to improve security


UPDATE: Power restored to ML&P customers in East Anchorage after outage


Alaska prison farm helps food bank meet demand


Police search for Benjamin Schubert, a halfway house escapee


Cruise line CEO details Alaska bear mauling of 2 workers


It's about to turn brighter and warmer


Borough takes no action on invocation after appeal to Satan


Collision on Glenn Highway inbound slows down morning commute


The Alaska State Fair starts Thursday! Here's what to expect


Police force beefs up ranks as city grapples with gangs


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