Repairs to a Ketchikan dock that was damaged in early June by a cruise ship have been completed ahead of schedule.
The search for a missing Nome man, Joseph Balderas, will continue on Thursday, according to Alaska state troopers.
The body of a woman found dead in a Subaru that crashed late Monday night in Airport Heights had been hidden in the car under a sleeping bag with signs of mutilation, according to murder charges filed today in state court.
90 miles from the proposed site of the Susitna-Watana Dam in Talkeena the news of the project's was widely welcomed.
It was unclear how the Iraqi military identified that the convoy was made up entirely of ISIS militants.
More than 40 people died and more than 200 were injured when assailants with guns and explosives hit the airport on Tuesday.
The Iowa Supreme Court ruled Thursday to uphold the state's ban on voting by ex-felons unless their rights are restored by the governor.
An apparent hacker has used the Twitter account of the CEO and co-founder of Oculus to announce a new head of the company.
The base was placed on lockdown after 9 a.m. ET while officials executed safety protocols and cleared every room to ensure there was no actual gunman.