Although no retail cannabis has been approved for store shelves in Alaska, Anchorage's first marijuana shop opened its doors on Thursday.
A former Alaska woman who was sexually abused by her paternal grandfather and then, as an adult, downloaded and traded videos of child exploitation has avoided any jail.
An Idaho beer with an Alaska-sounding name has entered the Anchorage market, much to the dismay of one of the oldest and largest craft breweries in the Last Frontier.
A former Kotzebue resident has been sentenced to 36 years in prison for sexually assaulting a partially-disabled woman in the doorway of an Anchorage office building two years ago, according to the Anchorage District Attorney’s office.
The Philippines has eyes for a new pair of suitors — Russia and China.
The sulfur plant caught fire earlier this week as Iraqi forces dislodged ISIS fighters from the area near the stronghold of Mosul.
The "Turing Bill," which would have pardoned gay and bisexual men -- dead or alive -- who had been convicted of now-defunct indecency laws, was shelved without a vote.
The blockbuster deal carries with it the potential to reshape the media industry.
U.S. Defense Secretary Carter made an unannounced visit to Iraq on Saturday to receive a progress report on the battle to liberate Mosul from ISIS.