Troopers identify body found floating in Tongass Narrows as Ketchikan man, 63

The state medical examiner’s office has identified a body found floating Saturday in the Tongass Narrows as 63-year-old Harris Hunter Wood.


In video clip provided by Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, the Blue Angels land at JBER ahead of the Arctic Thunder performance planned for Saturday and Sunday. Gates open for the performances at 9 a.m.


A former Birchwood Christian School teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with his 15-year-old student heard his sentence Monday.



An Anchorage strip club has lost its liquor license over complaints it hasn’t paid its workers and owes them about least $500,000. The club is fighting back, asking a Superior Court judge to impose a restraining order.


Democratic convention gets off to contentious start, calls for unity


We get a break from steady rain


Nurse saves herself while suffering stroke


Juneau schools use data to ensure kids don't get left behind


Area in Denali Park to reopen after bear sightings


New erosion along Matanuska River near Butte


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Fire crews remove sprinklers from Rainbow Valley


Explosion levels house in Nebraska, 1 killed


Increased requests for home inspections in Anchorage since McHugh fire


Standoff with barricaded suspect ends with man's suicide


Smacking golf balls into river? Restaurant suspends game after complaint


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Flooding closes state offices in Anchorage


Food donations not needed for McHugh firefighters


Anchorage police to boost DUI enforcement with $2 million grant


Alaska SeaLife Center welcomes Steller sea lion pup


McHugh Fire now contained, confined as burn ban lifted for Anchorage


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2 South Carolina Soldiers Killed Defending Woman at Bar

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