The body of a woman found dead in a Subaru that crashed late Monday night in Airport Heights had been hidden in the car under a sleeping bag with signs of mutilation, according to murder charges filed today in state court.
Governor Bill Walker announced a slew of vetoes to the state spending plan today, including a cut that would reduce this year's Permanent Fund dividend checks to $1,000 – less than half of last year's payout. Here's a sampling, (click the video!) of what people in Anchorage had to say. Also, we want to hear from you. Leave your comments below.
An Anchorage man accused of being impaired behind the wheel of a van that crashed and killed three passengers was indicted on Monday, the District Attorney’s Office announced today.
Tap water could be posing a major health concern throughout the United States. Millions of Americans may be drinking water with toxic levels of lead, according to an environmental advocacy group.
It has not been confirmed that the two bodies found near the Border Fire in the area of Potrero were killed by the blaze burning since June 19.
Members of the Canadian Parliament gave President Obama a standing ovation and one more request at the end of his speech Wednesday.
Before a rapturous Canadian House of Commons, Obama grappled with grim and chaotic news, and he talked up the "extraordinary" Canada-U.S. alliance.
Someone left Nicole Thompson a $500 tip at a suburban Chicago bar. Minutes later, he left her another $1,000.
Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls told reporters Christy Sheats had a history of depression and suicide attempts and was on the brink of divorce.