1 dead, 1 hurt in shooting at suburban DC school

Authorities say one person has been killed and another wounded in a shooting at a high school in suburban Washington.


A top U.N. official says air strikes that hit two settlements holding displaced people seeking sanctuary in northern Syria may constitute war crimes.


Gov. Bill Walker has attended the first meeting of the new Governor's Tribal Advisory Council, a panel of Alaska Native leaders established by his administration.



A village public safety officer in the Western Alaska village of Aniak arrested Walter Earl Frederick Pete, 18, early today and charged him with domestic violence assault and underage drinking after allegedly attacking two adult men.


Make a Wish soars to new heights for Reyes Avila


Crime bill will not guarantee benefits to families of officers killed on duty


Donut shop claims rival shop owner drove into customer line


How much rain and how could it impact the Mother's Day weekend?


Morning update: Meadow Lakes-area wildfire remains at 30 acres


Tourists are using Ketchikan homeless shelter for snacks, coffee


Police say missing 12-year-old Anchorage girl has been found


Juneau using cruise ship visitor fees to cover legal costs


Giant plane rescue saves dogs from high-kill shelters


City to spend $131,000 to change locks on police cars after break-in


Alaska not included in Kroger recall of sunflower products


AFD trains for mud rescues


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Troopers arrest 2 after 100 mph pursuit near Wasilla


McCauley among finalists for education commissioner


Forestry officials monitoring season's fourth coal seam fire near Healy


New addiction treatment clinic opening in Wasilla


Company recalls frozen vegetables linked to listeria


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One Killed in Shooting at High School in D.C. Suburbs

An adult was dead and another was injured in what police said appeared to be a domestic incident at High Point High School in Beltsville, Maryland.