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

With the help of a GPS tracker and the vehicle's owner, Anchorage police were able to track down what appears to be a stolen vehicle early Saturday afternoon.

The clouds have moved in and are expected to stick around through the week.

The Alaska Botanical Gardens on Saturday held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a brand new state-of-the-art greenhouse.

According to a release from the police department, “a group of unruly teenagers were fighting inside the store; breaking merchandise and even one urinating in the aisles.”

Churches gather for annual bowling fundraiser to help those in need

Anchorage residents stand up for science

Restaurant owner shot over pita bread, ‘lucky’ in more ways than one

Wednesday Sports April 19

What's next at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport?

Russian Bear bombers fly along Alaska coast Tuesday

Alaskan mother, author releases book to encourage family travel using the Marine Highway

Ketchikan seafood processors to see water rate hikes

Small earthquake hits near town of Talkeetna

Anchorage celebrates Earth Day

New fees instituted at Interior Alaska recreation sites

Hands-free typing: Facebook's brain-to-text initiative

Wildfire season “arriving abruptly”

Lawmakers don't want pot billboards to be appealing to kids

Residents asked to stay off muddy Anchorage trails during spring breakup

Tug boat sinks near Sitka

Cardboard box bandit hits two Jewel Lake businesses

Art you want to eat on installed at Fire Station 9

Moose droppings raise money for Anchorage non-profits

Sun mixes with clouds, showers for parts of the region over the weekend.

Anchorage's marijuana shops see an increase in sales on 4/20

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