UPDATE: Army identifies motorcyclist killed in crash as JBER soldier

Military officials have identified the motorcyclist who died in a Saturday crash as a U.S. Army Alaska soldier.


Aaron Trejo, charged in the November 2015 murder of Spencer Ballenger, has changed his plea to guilty.


The body of a 45-year-old woman found last month in a Rabbit Creek neighborhood might have been dropped off in that area after she overdosed, Anchorage police said today.



Timing of rain may work well for upcoming holiday weekend


Lightning strikes ignite 20 new fires across Alaska


Rescued dog reunited with owner after being lost for 3 weeks


WWII veteran spent more than 60 years searching for wartime friend


Minor injuries in Saturday plane crash near Houston


First Annual Beep Ball Challenge to take place at Mulcahy Stadium Monday night


Tetlin River Fire now 50 percent contained, forestry officials say


Astronauts Mark and Scott Kelly visiting Alaska as guest speakers on cruise


Police searching for suspect in shooting at Arctic/Benson Park


Mom fights for formula coverage for daughter


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Search teams locate two missing hikers in Denali National Park


Man suspected of 2015 shooting in Fairbanks arrested in Ohio


Floatplane crash that killed 9 nears end of investigation


Police searching for missing 15-year-old boy with medical condition


A & C streets couplet closed at 3rd Avenue


APD investigating deadly motorcycle crash in Spenard


2-year-old dead after drowning near Fairbanks


Tensions Stir Between PrideFestival Participants and Protesters


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Accused Double Rapist Placed on One Year Probation

Prosecutors said their case against an accused double rapist who wound up pleading guilty to a misdameanor was too weak.

Chipotle Looks to Recover With Temporary Loyalty Program

Chipotle is introducing a temporary loyalty program intended to get customers back into its stores following a series of food scares.

Supreme Court Strikes Down Strict Texas Abortion Law

The court struck down a Texas law that women's groups said would have forced more than three-quarters of the state's clinics to shut down.

Fraud Alert: ID Thieves Hijack Mobile Phone Accounts

Identity thieves have come up with another devious way to make money by pretending to be someone else — hijacking mobile phone accounts.

Doctors Work to Regroup after Texas Abortion Law Struck Down

The Supreme Court took on its first abortion case in almost twenty-five years on Monday. Now the real work begins for Texas abortion providers.

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