Man wanted in connection to Anchorage homicide, robberies appears in court

A man accused of tampering with evidence in a January homicide appeared in court Sunday.


A year of upheaval at the U.S. Interior Department has seen dozens of staff members re-assigned, key positions go unfilled, rules governing industry shelved and a sweeping reorganization proposed for its 70,000 employees.


The Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, the main hunger alleviation program for the peninsula, collected more than 750,000 pounds of food in 2017.



Alaska’s pretrial risk assessment system is “not without its hiccups” six weeks after it was first implemented, said Rick Allen, the Anchorage District Attorney.


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UAA Robotics competition


Security camera footage captures brutal Midtown moose attack


WINTER OLYMPICS: Norway wins 2 gold, Canada and Germany share 1


Iditarod Air Force packs supplies for checkpoints


Pecan, pear, pomegranate kale salad


Gorsuch deciding vote in key labor union funding case


UAA student union votes for continuation of Alaska Performance Scholarship


Turkish, Russian leaders speak on Syria


Clearing skies for Southcentral, storms return to western Alaska


Police: burglary leads to $4,500 worth of damage to middle school


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Security camera footage captures graphic Midtown moose attack


Team 10 first into McGrath in Iron Dog 2018


UAA robotics competition inspires love of science among kids


Mumps disease hits Juneau for first time in 20 years


Dancers get moving with annual Alaska Salsa Festival


Dalzell Gorge "in pretty good shape" ahead of Iditarod start


Kids learn policing through Crime Busters program


New program encourages young readers to connect with shelter animals


Troopers arrest Fairbanks man following armed robbery


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