Friends of Carbon Monoxide victim go to school wearing a special dedication

Danni Desjarlais first met Trevor Nobel in seventh grade. She’s now a senior at South High School. After learning of Nobel's death she organized a special tribute. She asked friends to come to school wearing Nobel’s favorite color-green.


This week at the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) about a half dozen scientists are running experiments, including the study of artificial aurora.


A lawsuit filed against a drug task force in southeast Alaska challenges the seizure of personal property by law enforcement and seeks more transparency in the search warrant process.



At 11 a.m., on Wednesday, Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski will give her annual Alaska State Legislature address.


AFD leaders target "excessive overtime" to cut back on budget overruns


Anchorage School Board passes 2017-18 budget


Family looks back on barn moving event nearly 30 years ago


New disability law


Family of murder victim seeks justice


Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention


Natural gas leaks from pipeline in Alaska's Cook Inlet


Minnick and Olstad regain lead at Iron Dog halfway point


First Iron Dog racers arrive in Nome


McConnell to head Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office


Anchorage man indicted for the murder of a valley teen


Deputy's stolen bike returned with mysterious note from young woman


Snow Comes Our Way


Iron Dog 2017 racers through Unalakleet


Mardi Gras tradition gives new hope to Anchorage homeless


UPDATE: Authorities name the victim, zero in on cause, in Monday's deadly carbon monoxide incident


Alaska board, prompted by suit, proposes new abortion rules


Rep. Dave Loebsack demands independent Russia probe


Aklestad and Johnson grab Iron Dog lead at Kaltag checkpoint


Iron Dog 2017 GPS Tracking


Reward offered in Mat Su mailbox break-ins


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