Anchorage businesses stay hopeful after first snowfall

The first snowfall in Anchorage on Friday night brought a couple of inches of hope for many business owners across Anchorage after back-to-back winters of dismal snowfall.

The Alaska Federation of Natives convention celebrated half a century of collaboration among the state's indigenous people in Fairbanks.

The National Weather Service released guidelines today to know when ice is thick enough to support different weights.

East High School football player overcomes brother's death to perform in the state championship game.

Presbyterian Church apologizes to indigenous people at AFN

Video: Gamers raise money for Children's Hospital at Providence

Special light bulbs become beacons for first responders

AFN Delegates show support for ivory carvers fearing potential ban

Sunshine for Southcentral, storm system moves in to the Bering Sea

Even without marijuana for sale, Anchorage's first retail pot shop opens its doors

First Alaska woman charged with possessing child pornography gets no jail time

Idaho beer with Alaska-sounding name stirs controversy after entering Anchorage market

One small lab's big fight against heroin

Judge sentences man to 36 years in prison for sexual assault on injured woman

Selawik man dies after argument and fatal stabbing

Anchorage Gets Snow, Sunshine Takes Over Now

Authorities seize $289,000 in cocaine, heroin during Bethel drug bust

Winter weather causes problems for Anchorage commuters

Man accused of attacking woman with machete indicted for attempted murder

US internet disrupted as key firm gets hit by cyberattack

Drug Enforcement Administration to host Drug Take Back Day Saturday

Alaska unemployment rate continues to rise, labor report finds

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