Alaska Native corporation withholds 2016 dividend, citing tough economy

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.

Tonight is the black moon which for much of Alaska is excellent timing. We once again have an aurora forecast that calls for “highly active” aurora.

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Students, faculty rally behind librarian who lost service dog to cancer

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Anchorage-based Senshi Con 2016 kicks off Saturday morning

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Ship surveying, updating century-old data near Uganik Bay

Nageak says he's not leaving suit over lost primary race

Public safety concerns prompt "Own the Night" walk at Valley of the Moon park

Alaska customers caught up in Wells Fargo bank scandal

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Congress Members Ask Obama to Block North Dakota Pipeline

The letter urges the president to withdraw federal permits "like you did with the rejection of the Keystone Pipeline."

Videos Released of Officer Fatally Shooting Alfred Olango

Police in the San Diego suburb said Olango took a "shooting stance" and pointed an item that turned out to be a vape smoking device at police.

New Film Calls Out Clinton and Trump

The film, with a title referring to the Constitutional amendment barring slavery, takes an in-depth look at America's culture of mass incarceration.

6-Year-Old Shooting Victim's Family Will 'Never Give Up'

The family of 6-year-old Jacob Hall are praying that he will pull through after being shot at his school in Townville, South Carolina.

Kerry Audio Shows Frustration With Inability to Stop Syria Bloodshed

In the audio, recorded at a private meeting and published by the New York Times, Kerry said "I lost that argument" on the use of military force.

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