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.
Matthew Muller is trying to avoid a life sentence in prison with the plea deal in a bizarre kidnapping last year.
Despite an agreement that included a nationwide cease-fire, repeated airstrikes in Aleppo have killed around 400 people, including 96 kids, in a week.
Survivors of Hoboken crash say they did not feel train brake before it plowed into Hoboken station
Jacob Hall, a student at Townville Elementary School, was still listed in critical condition Thursday afternoon.
A day after rejecting President Obama's veto, Republican leaders opened the door to fixing the law's potential impact on national security.