Hundreds gather for vigil to remember David Grunwald

Despite single-digit temperatures, hundreds gathered at the Alaska State Fair Borealis Theater Friday night for a vigil to remember 16-year-old David Grunwald.

A teenager in Palmer faces charges of murder, kidnapping and tampering with evidence for an offense that happened on the same day David Grunwald went missing

The missing Piper PA-28 Cherokee aircraft that carried four Port Alsworth residents is presumed to have crashed into the waters of Lake Clark, according to the National Park Service. Water in the area is around 375 feet deep.

Wolf sightings around Anchorage remind its residents to keep their distance.

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Students participate in "Hour of Code"

Anonymous gift to family allows them to pay it forward

Hundreds expected to attend vigil for slain teenager David Grunwald

Clear, Cold Winter Weather For The Weekend

Plants, but no pot to sell; marijuana shop has limited opening in Anchorage

Underclassmen power UAA volleyball team to NCAA title match

Body of former state lawmaker recovered from plane crash

Park dresses penguins in Santa costumes

N.T.S.B. investigating why 1 of 2 planes carrying family crashed

Boat captain convicted of assault, pushing crew member over railing

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President Obama announces protections of Alaska waters, development restrictions

What a steal! These rental ads in Anchorage were too good to be true

Utqiagvik soon to see Subway

Man allegedly leads troopers on chase after burglaries in Wasilla

Parents voice frustration with plans to close Mount Iliamna

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