Police were legally justified in shooting of hatchet-wielding man, review says

Two Anchorage police officers were legally justified when they shot and killed a man who had thrown stolen hatchets at them in East Anchorage, a state review has found.


Sunshine through the weekend and into the middle of next week. Jackie Purcell is live at the State Fair. Tracy Sinclare has your weekend forecast.


A retired police officer and a community activist took to social media on Friday to heighten public awareness about gang activity in Anchorage.



An Anchorage mother pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide in the accidental shooting death of her 3-year-old son, who found an unsecured gun in their home.


'A first in Alaska.' Heroin linked to village overdoses contained powerful painkiller


Seward Highway crash delays traffic


Heroes pull man from burning house


First case of H5N2 bird flu found in Alaska


Girl, 10, dies after fall from four-wheeler


Man rescued from hood of submerged truck in Cache Creek


Online fishing, hunting license sales halted in Idaho, Oregon & Washington


Mat-Su Borough School District unveils new JROTC challenge course


Watch: Firefighters rescue dog trapped in hole


U.S. Army soldier surprises wife with early return from Kuwait


VIDEO: Oil companies in Alaska say long sought-after gas line is uneconomic


Report recommends ways for UA to cut costs in athletics


Update: Suspect identified in Spenard standoff


Fishing Report: Seward smorgasbord w/ Jimmie Jack


Fair opens to rainy day, but sun to come


Military conducts cruise ship rescue training exercise in Arctic waters


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Bannon Under Scrutiny for Domestic Violence Charge

Steve Bannon was charged with three misdemeanors after his wife alleged domestic violence against him in 1996. The case was dismissed.

Yellowstone Celebrates 100 Years of National Parks

Thousands celebrated the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service at Yellowstone National Park Thursday. KCWY's Penny Preston reports.

Deputy Fired After K9 Died While in His Care

An Oklahoma deputy was fired after leaving a K9 in a police cruiser for at least 36 hours. KFOR's Joleen Chaney reports.

Kerry: U.S., Russia 'Close' on Syria Agreement

There are still details to be worked out, but a national ceasefire and access for humanitarian aid are among the goals of a deal.

Did Colonel Sanders' Nephew Spill KFC's Secret Recipe?

"Many people have made these claims over the years," the company said in denying the recipe published in the Chicago Tribune was accurate.

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