The Alaska State Fair starts Thursday! Here's what to expect

Here’s what to expect at this year’s Alaska State Fair:

The former head of the Anchorage police department’s gang unit said it appears that the city is experiencing an upsurge in gang violence.

Governor Bill Walker announced on Wednesday his appointment of Nicholas Miller to the Marijuana Control Board.

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ASD introduces new active shooter training

Consultant: Alaska LNG ‘one of the least competitive’ for Asian contracts

Why people pull out their phones in violent situations

In court filing, Alaska sides with states seeking to investigate Exxon

Rain Ends by Thurs. Evening/Friday...then SUNSHINE!

Another new franchise: Smashburger opens today in South Anchorage

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Death toll rises in Italian quake

Couple finds true love through cycling

Charges in kidnapping case detail abduction of teen, raise new questions

NASA animation shows summer arctic sea ice extent

One injured in crash involving sedan, street sweeper vehicle

Hiland's 'Lullaby Project' connects inmates with their children

Light at the end of the tunnel

WATCH: More than 475 paratroopers fall from the sky in latest JBER exercise

Floatplane pilot rescues dog from water in Ketchikan

Manslaughter suspect surrenders to police

Police identify 22-year-old as homicide victim found on Anchorage road

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Syrian Kurds Retreat After Warning From Biden: Turkey

Syrian Kurdish forces have started withdrawing east of the Euphrates River, Turkish officials said, after warnings from Vice President Joe Biden.

Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa Sued by Railing Collapse Victims

More than 40 people were hurt in the collapse at the New Jersey venue, occurring as the rappers were gesturing to fans to move toward the small stage.

Will French Burkini Bans Be Overturned?

Several French towns have banned burkinis from their beaches, sparking outcry from religious groups who say the moves are discriminatory and illegal.

FBI: Minneapolis Bridge Collapse Survivor Joined ISIS

He was part of a Minnesota-based network that worked together to aid the terrorist organization. He is believed to be still living in Syria.

Aleppo's Khalil Stockpiles Wood as Winter Approaches

Khalil, 6, has been collecting wood to prepare for the coming winter.

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