Fire in South Anchorage neighborhood

A small blaze consumed a workshop in the 1300 block of Venus Way.

The National Weather Service announced in a Maryland press briefing an “evolution” to the way it utilizes staff and delivers its forecasts.

The Whittier Tunnel remained closed Thursday morning following the discovery of a potentially dangerous rock fall inside the tunnel earlier this week.

The University of Alaska’s announcement to cut ski teams is being felt across the state.

Pregnant in prison: What happens to a baby born in prison

Iditarod legend Libby Riddles: where is she now?

Man's personal loss is encouraging him to make difference

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Attorneys plan to seek mediation in Pebble Mine case

Alaska attorney says Justice Thomas groped her in 1999; he denies it

Airplane carrying Trump's running mate skids off New York runway

POWERFUL Storms Batter Aleutians & West Coast

First responder discusses his battle with PTSD

Quota on polar bear harvest ignites concerns, scrunity of bear commission

Fees for hunting, fishing licenses to go up in 2017

Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority replaces longtime CEO

Skiing, indoor track programs at University of Alaska on the chopping block

Man mauled by bear while walking dogs near Seward Airport

National Guard recruiting Alaska Natives to find soldiers with subsistence skills

Fewer Alaskans gave to nonprofits through Pick Click Give

Murkowski and Senate rivals weigh in on U.S.presidential race

Policy restricting opening prayers at Kenai assembly meetings survives veto

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Over 140 Arrested as Pipeline Protesters Clash With Police

Authorities arrested 141 protesters heading into the early hours of Friday, culminating a more than 6-hour standoff between activists and police.

Iraqi Forces Uncover Largest Network of ISIS Tunnels

The warren-like network featured electricity and even air-conditioning, according to officials.

Pentagon Has Been Forking Out Millions for EpiPens

Price hikes on EpiPens have added millions to Department of Defense spending since 2008 as the agency covered more prescriptions.

Arrrgh! Pirate Party Could Win This Country's Election

Its members want to legalize drugs, crowd-source their policies using online referendums, and grant citizenship to Edward Snowden.

World's Largest Marine Reserve Created in Antarctica

Delegates from 24 countries and the European Union have agreed to protect the habitat of more than 10,000 species of fish, birds and mammals.

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