Following the financial problems and subsequent bankruptcy of Alaska's largest newspaper, new owners obtained the company with the highest bid, the only bid, of $1 million. The sale, approved by a federal court judge in order to avoid a total shutdown of the paper, came on Sept. 11.
AFD responds to a fire on Fiji St. No injuries are reported.
First day of Fall and Heart Walk. All topics for this week's Get up and Gab with Matt and Dawson of KBEAR.
A 22-year-old Fort Wainwright man is being held without bail, after being charged with severely assaulting his 8-month old son.
The 10th victim from the south Florida nursing home that was turning into a lethal sauna by Hurricane Irma was 94-year-old Martha Murray.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by the owners of a Minnesota video company, who want the right to refuse to shoot gay wedding videos.
Hurricane Harvey hit one family in southeast Texas especially hard. They are still clearing the mud from a home they had just remodeled for their injured son.
The monster storm, which killed at least 17 people across the Caribbean, cut off cellphone service on much of the island.
President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he had signed an executive order authorizing additional sanctions against North Korea.