Troopers identify officers, K9 involved in weekend shooting

Alaska State Troopers have identified the K9 that was fatally shot over the weekend as well as the two officers that returned fire on the suspect.

A building on Douglas Island was robbed of about $170,000 worth of cash, gold, jewelry and other valuables over the weekend, according to Juneau Police.

We may not see rain, mix or snow for another 9-10 days!

With one in seven men being diagnosed with prostate cancer, Bosco's, the Dept. of Health and Social Services and local awareness group Us TOO are coming together Wednesday for an awareness event.

Climber rescued from Pioneer Peak after falling, lodging ice axe in back

UPDATE: Flynn responds to criticism for kneeling during Pledge of Allegiance

Young cancer patients with sidewalk chalk hope to raise awareness

Sex trafficking awareness signs may hang at local businesses

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Court case that may decide North Slope House case begins

Federal officials get earful from Alaska Natives about 2020 census questions

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Teen prescription drug concerns higher than marijuana

Nice Fall Weather Around Southcentral, Stormy In West AK

UAA professor develops new concrete mixture to make Alaska roads more durable

Database with information on the homeless saves money, time and resources for Mat-Su

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Former ASD employee charged with embezzling $50-60K from two Anchorage middle schools

Miller laments Murkowski debate schedule as inadequate

Troopers ask public not to donate to GoFundMe accounts for fallen K9

UPDATE: Series of multi-vehicle crashes snarls morning traffic on the Glenn

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Ban Ki-moon: Aleppo Worse Than a Slaughterhouse

The U.N. Secretary-General said those responsible know they are committing war crimes, adding that it's now "a war against Syrian health wor

Video Shows First Pride Flag Launched into Stratosphere

Planting Peace launches the first Pride flag into the stratosphere using a high-altitude balloon.

Poll: Australians Back Gay Marriage But Not Referendum Plan

A majority of Australians support gay marriage, an opinion poll on Wednesday found, but they do not back the government's plan to hold a national vote on whether it should be allowed.

Miami's Zika Search Turns Up Dengue, Too

Florida health officials who have been testing thousands of residents for Zika virus have found another infection: dengue virus.

The Number of U.S. Troops in Iraq Keeps Creeping Up

The overall number has grown in sporadic bursts since June 2014, when President Obama first signed off on sending troops in the fight against ISIS.

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