A Soldotna woman was killed Thursday afternoon in a vehicle-versus-bicycle collision on the Sterling Highway, Alaska State Troopers say.
The Alaska Aerospace Corporation was awarded a sole source contract from the Missile Defense Agency totaling up to $80.4 million.
A feast for the eyes in this week's summer-time staple. Kari Bustamante takes you to the Nushagak River & Becharof Lake.
After a sudden funding veto, the on-and-off-again plan to build a bridge connecting Anchorage to Point MacKenzie is once again evaporating.
After suffering brain damage from being beaten at a school pep rally in 2010, Mitchell Carter has reached a settlement with the local school board.
The judge blocked key parts of the law, which prevents state funds from going to groups involved in abortions and adds inspection requirements.
A witness said the chase reached speeds close to 100 mph.
Syed was granted a new trial on Thursday after a post-conviction hearing in February in which his attorneys argued he had received ineffective counsel and that a potential alibi witness had been overlooked by his lawyer.
A transgender soldier from Austin, Texas, shares his journey and how the end of the ban on transgender members serving openly affected him.