Walker-Mallott to run as independents again in 2018

On Monday in Juneau, the governor and lieutenant governor officially filed for re-election and announced they will seek a similar path to the one they followed in 2014 to keep their jobs for another term.


Although the Alaska Highway has come a long way since 1942, the road itself can still be challenging. And according to people who have made the drive, preparation is important.


Anchorage police are asking for the public's help after they say a woman was found dead inside a Government Hill apartment building late Sunday night.



On Aug. 21st, 2017, the United States will witness a total solar eclipse.


Alaska's chances to see the solar eclipse


Breakfast Club: ASD Accounting Department


Military father surprises kids at baseball game


APD reports a "tragic" loss for police


Butte Elementary Principal welcomes students to school


Families gather for The Walk to Remember


Lieutenant Governor Byron Mallott files letter of intent for re-election


Hooked on a Cure


Desktop yoga


Trump to address nation Monday on Afghanistan


Troopers: Youth center employee beaten multiple times with a chair


Opioid epidemic survivor shares story of beating the odds


Community members gather for vigil against racism


UPDATE: Troopers arrest Tuluksak teacher facing child pornography charges


Alaska Legislature looks into social media blocking


Man tattoos the northern lights on his head


Early morning fire burns through a structure in Fairbanks


US, Canada, and Mexico pledge quick work to update NAFTA


Mayor Berkowitz signs nationwide initiative 'to combat hate, extremism and bigotry'


Search for missing man continues in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve


Community members share hopes for future of Town Square Park


Hunting for berries not required at blueberry festival


3rd Annual Clothesline Project kicks off


The 23rd annual Greek Festival underway this weekend


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Chase the Total Eclipse as Spectacle Crosses America

With the eclipse carving a "path of totality" from Salem, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina, millions are expected to watch the sky on Monday.

Police Fatally Shoot Man Suspected in Barcelona Attack

Catalan police said Monday that they have fatally shot the man suspected of killing 13 people in a van attack on Barcelona's La Rambla.

Navy Orders 'Operational Pause' After USS John S. McCain Collides With Tanker

Admiral John Richardson gave the order as a search was underway for 10 American sailors who were still missing after Sunday's collision.

Bill Cosby Hires Michael Jackson Lawyer for Retrial

Bill Cosby announced Tom Mesereau and two other lawyers are joining his team.

UK Promises to Prosecute Online Hate Crimes Vigorously

British authorities are promising to prosecute hate crimes committed online as vigorously as those that take place face-to-face.