Expect continued snowfall until midnight

The Winter Weather Advisory for Anchorage was expected to end by 10 a.m., on Wednesday; however, snow continues to fall, into the afternoon.


Wednesday morning, people in Anchorage woke to several inches of snow. The conditions were bad enough for the Anchorage School District to cancel school and after school activities.


Authorities intercept a package containing an estimated $82,000 worth of meth shipped to Kodiak from California. One man has been arrested in connection to the package and to a secret meth lab in the small town.



Alaska State Troopers have released the names of two officers who fired their weapons, killing a suspect.


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No school today due to road conditions, Anchorage School District confirms


“We’re in a downturn” as Mat-Su Borough begins budget discussions


Proposed income tax would hit wealthiest most


Ohio Congressman explores the future of self-driving cars


Winter Weather Advisory for Anchorage, 5 to 9 inches expected


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Accused Florida airport shooter to appear in Alaska case by phone


State prepares for tsunami warning test


After 24 years, annual Trick or Treat Town event discontinued


DATA VIZ: Alaska unemployment slightly decreases to 6.4 percent in February


Snow For Anchorage Through Wed.,Then It Starts Melting


LED lights; saving the city money and coming to your neighborhood


The search continues for missing seal hunter


Assailants in two vehicles exchange gunfire in Northeast Anchorage neighborhood


Juneau skiers left dangling on chair lift following power outages


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