Alaska banking customers caught up in Wells Fargo bank scandal

Alaska consumers are among those caught up in a bank scandal at Wells Fargo.

When Alaskans are left to deal with what comes next when traumas happen in their communities, there's a group that channels their efforts to help people heal. The group known as Returning to Harmony is now on a mission to heal communities by helping people reconnect with their ancestral roots.

People concerned about crime in Anchorage are gathering at 7 p.m. this evening at Valley of the Moon Park for an event called Own the Night.

A woman who was shot while answering her door in East Anchorage last week has died.

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Top grossing Alaska companies see drop in revenue after year of slumped oil prices

Field trip gone wrong sends multiple students to hospital

Richards lands new contract to advise state on fiscal issues

Fairbanks police investigate shots fired off restaurant roof

Lawsuit: ExxonMobil polluted river, ignored climate change

Brave move or pandering? Voters react to assemblyman kneeling during Pledge of Allegiance

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Little boy receives overwhelming support for birthday

More than 100 injured, some critically, in New Jersey commuter train crash

Crime sniffing police dog assists APD with cyber crimes

Farmers make final dash to uproot crops in Alaska before winter's freeze

Charges: Barrow man killed stepfather, may have feared for his own life

Alaska settles complaint over Medicaid payment system

Accused of stealing ammo and trying to sell it on Facebook, police officer loses badge

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Alaska transportation agency fined over waste storage

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Disbarred Lawyer Pleads Guilty in Kidnap Once Called Hoax

Matthew Muller is trying to avoid a life sentence in prison with the plea deal in a bizarre kidnapping last year.

Kerry: U.S. on Verge of Ending Russia-Syria Talks Over Bombings

Despite an agreement that included a nationwide cease-fire, repeated airstrikes in Aleppo have killed around 400 people, including 96 kids, in a week.

NJ Transit Train Crashed Without Warning: Survivors

Survivors of Hoboken crash say they did not feel train brake before it plowed into Hoboken station

'Hard Little Fighter': Boy Shot at S.C. School Still in Critical

Jacob Hall, a student at Townville Elementary School, was still listed in critical condition Thursday afternoon.

Lawmakers Fret Over 9/11 Bill a Day After Veto Override

A day after rejecting President Obama's veto, Republican leaders opened the door to fixing the law's potential impact on national security.

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