Anchorage strip club loses liquor license, fights to get it back

An Anchorage strip club has lost its liquor license over complaints it hasn’t paid its workers and owes them about least $500,000. The club is fighting back, asking a Superior Court judge to impose a restraining order.


Hot shot crews remove sprinkler systems from Rainbow Valley homes after the area is no longer deemed high risk from the McHugh Wildfire.


There's been increased interest by homeowners in Anchorage to have their properties inspected for fire safety problems since the McHugh fire sparked.



A man who Anchorage police described as a "barricaded suspect" at an apartment complext in East Anchorage has shot himself, according to police.


Smacking golf balls into river? Restaurant suspends game after complaint


Rain & Rain Showers Dot The Week


Updates from the 2016 Democratic National Convention


Flooding closes state offices in Anchorage


Anchorage police to boost DUI enforcement with $2 million grant


Alaska SeaLife Center welcomes Steller sea lion pup


McHugh Fire now contained, confined as burn ban lifted for Anchorage


Some Alaska Sanders delegates to support Clinton in November


Veterinarians urge pet owners to avoid hot pavement paw burns


Democratic Party chairwoman won't open convention following email controversy


Alaska Railroad train strikes man, 85, at Crown Point


Breakfast Club: Northern Air Cargo


Man leads police on Washington state chase due to boredom


The cooler, damp pattern continues


DOC: Halfway houses see decline in walkaways in July


New erosion along Matanuska River near Butte


Rollover crash shuts down northbound lane of New Seward Highway


Troopers find body in Tongass Narrows


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Smoke From Huge L.A. Wildfire Reaches Las Vegas

The so-called Sand fire keeps growing — it's at more than 33,000 acres so far — fueled by dry brush, soaring temperatures and winds.

Black People More Likely to Be Stopped by Cops: Study

'On an average day, three people die and 150 people are treated at a hospital because they are injured by police.'

'No Relief': Heat Wave Scorches the East Coast

Things are hot in Philadelphia — and not just at the Democratic National Convention.

'Impulse' Flight Completes First Solar Round-the-World Journey

Solar Impulse 2, the world's first round-the-world flight to be powered solely by the sun's energy, made history as it landed in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.

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A man claiming to have carried out the attack turned himself in to police, public broadcaster NHK reported.

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