Cheney Lake closed as police search for evidence regarding the Aurora Paint Company homicide

Anchorage police say parts of Cheney Lake will be closed Saturday as they search for potential evidence regarding the Aurora Paint Company homicide.

The Dome's roof appears to be fully inflated, allowing crews to assess the damage from heavy snow.

A first look into the future, the Anchorage parks and recreation department presented two concept designs for the potential changes coming to Town Square Park.

President Donald Trump withdrew the Golden State Warriors invitation to the White House Saturday morning after N.B.A. superstar, Stephen Curry, said he didn’t want to go.

Juneau officials to consider returning land to tribe

U.S. bombers and fighter escorts fly over waters east of North Korea

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Anchorage students grow kindness

Alaska has mixed reviews to court upholding 'roadless rule'

Alaska Senator calls for repeal of SB91

Improve your child's language skills with every trip to the store

AST presents a new bike to a heroic six-year-old

Alaska was unsuccessfully targeted by Russian Cyber Actors in 2016 election

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Alaskan harvests what could be a record breaking bull moose

Governor announces details of tax plan ahead of yet another special session

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Crime concerns; businesses seek security training

Today's lesson: kindness can be grown

UDPATE: Crews recover around 221 gallons of emulsified oil and water from Port Valdez

Vice President Pence calls Alaska radio stations advocating health care bill

Alaska DHSS releases preliminary analysis into Graham-Cassidy's impact on Alaska

Fairbanks and the Kenai Peninsula Borough eye outlawing marijuana business

Voting opens for new Alaska license plate artwork. Which has your vote?

Shots fired at Anchorage police officers, one man arrested following chase

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Hope Flies in for Puerto Ricans Who Survived Maria

NBC News was granted a look at a first relief flight to Puerto Rico in which the charity Samaritan's Purse assembled 50,000 pounds of supplies.

Yiannopoulos' 'Free Speech Week' at UC Berkeley Canceled

UC Berkeley said Saturday a conservative student group cancelled the so-called 'Free Speech Week' they organized with right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos.

U.S. Fighter Jets Fly Near North Korea in Show of Force

A Pentagon spokeswoman said the military mission underscores 'the seriousness with which we take (North Korea's) reckless behavior.'

Colin Firth Receives Dual Italian Citizenship

British actor Colin Firth, who has often played the role of a quintessential Englishman in his many films, has become an Italian citizen.

Former College Wrestler Sentenced to 10 Years for Spreading HIV

The 10-year prison sentence of Michael Johnson, also referred to in news reports as "Tiger Mandingo," raises ethical questions about HIV criminalization laws.