With smaller dividend checks expected to be dispersed next week, the controversy over the governor’s Permanent Fund Earnings payment veto is once again boiling over.
One of Alaska’s largest and most prominent Native corporations will not be paying shareholders an annual dividend this fall, citing a tough economic climate.
Local governments across the state are feeling the way Alaska's financial crisis trickles down to their communities, and for Anchorage, the mayor says that translates to a roughly $40 million shortfall.
A driver in a black truck on Boniface parkway struck and killed a dog Thursday while the 12 year old was watching, and then drove off.
Crews on Saturday couldn't gain access to the front cab of the doomed train — where an event recorder and an outward-facing camera are trapped.
A 6-year-old boy who was shot at his South Carolina elementary school playground earlier this week has died, a county coroner said.
The latest hit brings the number of functional hospitals in war-ravaged Aleppo down to just five, according to a nonprofit humanitarian group.
A regime change in Syria would create a vacuum that would be filled by "terrorists of all stripes," Russia's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman warned.
Thousands of NFL fans gathered in the British capital to meet Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts stars ahead of their sell-out game at London's Wembley Stadium.