Man sentenced to decades behind bars after execution-style murder

More than two years after a 24-year-old man was found shot in the back of his head and stuffed in his own vehicle, his murderer is sentenced to spend decades behind bars.

The future of Alaska's largest newspaper remains at risk tonight, with a bankruptcy judge allowing the paper to pay delivery carriers but delaying decision on a key loan.

Patrick Enslow teams up with friend John Dennehy using eggs and bobbers to fish for silver salmon.

A Utah man accused of killing his wife on a cruise to Alaska has been indicted on a murder count.

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Authorities looking for Tuluksak teacher on child pornography charges

Narcotics K-9, once set to be euthanized, goes back to work at schools

APD reports a "tragic" loss for police

Butte Elementary Principal welcomes students to school

Families gather for The Walk to Remember

Troopers investigating a suspicious death of a 19-year-old in Kake

NTSB holds field hearing in Anchorage to try to prevent more plane crashes

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Young dodges question about president's Charlottesville reaction

Riot charges possible after Fairbanks inmates create disturbance

Therapist: 'Adulting' is hard for many, not just millennials

August showers run through Friday

10-cent per gallon gas tax in Anchorage proposed

Eagle River man indicted for assault and kidnapping

New resource for student athletes about Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Debate over removing Confederate statues on Capitol Hill

NASA: Americans should be cautious with total solar eclipse on horizon

State finalizes Education plan for new federal law

UPDATE: 12 confirmed dead, 80 injured in Barcelona terrorist attack

Education Sec. DeVos says her agenda is moving along

Judges hear appeal of Fairbanks militia leader's conviction

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UPDATE: Trump disbands business panel as fallout over comments spreads

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Scared but Defiant, Barcelona Marches to Reclaim City From Terrorists

Thousands set out on a pilgrimage of peace along Barcelona's famous La Rambla after the horrific van attack that claimed at least 13 lives.

Transgender Hockey Star Comes Out of Retirement

Harrison Browne, the first openly transgender athlete to play on a professional U.S. sports team, is getting back on the ice.

Mom of Charlottesville Victim Says She Won't Meet Trump

Susan Bro scoffed at President Trump's claim that violence on "both sides" lead to her daughter, Heather Heyer's death.

Thousands Expected to Attend Boston Protests of Right-Wing Rally

Interest in two major protests opposed to Saturday's right-wing "free speech" assembly in a Boston park has grown exponentially in the aftermath of the deadly white nationalist rally in Virginia last weekend.

Manhunt After Several Wounded in Finland Stabbing

Several people have been wounded in a stabbing in the city of Turku, western Finland, police said Friday.