'Beautiful and compassionate', family describes Anchorage woman killed by a bear

She was beautiful and compassionate who lived her brief 27 years to the fullest. We’re learning more about Erin Johnson who was attacked and killed by a black bear near Pogo Mine while doing field work on Monday.

A Nome man faces charges of DUI and manslaughter for the death of an 18-month-old child

The Fairbanks National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning along the Alaska Highway between Tanacross and Dot Lake. This warning remains in place until 11:45 tonight.

This clock shows the estimated cost of overtime lawmaking this year, as of April 17, by the Alaska Legislature.

State apologizes to Alaska widow after body mix-up

Aviation warnings after Aleutian Island volcano erupts

Cowboy with autism inspires others

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State Apologizes to widow after body mix-up

More program cuts expected at UA make up $8 million budget reduction

MAP: Where people celebrate Gay Pride Day worldwide (2017)

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The budget is passed, now state departments wait for the impacts

Sunshine, warmer temperatures still ahead

Keep your food safe in the summertime heat

U.S. Senate healthcare bill could impact Alaskans on Medicaid

State investigating whether fatal bear attacks were 'predatory'

Large paint spill closes two lanes of traffic in busy intersection

Anchorage man sentenced for pointing sawed off shotgun at federal officer

UPDATE: What does the newly passed budget do for Alaska education

Authorities say black bear that attacked mine workers was 'hyper aggressive'

Alaska man killed while clearing land, cutting down trees

Alaska's Kuskokwim king salmon numbers mimic historic lows

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Effort to add more security cameras on UAA's campus moving forward

Returning to Colony Glacier to look for victims of deadly 1952 crash

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Gay Pride March Banned by Turkish Authorities — Again

Istanbul's city governor has banned the planned LGBT pride march from Taksim Square for the third year in a row, citing public safety concerns.

Teen From Slum Dances Way to U.S. Ballet School

Amiruddin Shah, 15, from India has begun four years of training at the American Ballet Theatre's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School in New York.

One Family Survives, 141 Buried in Massive Landslide

Fears are growing for 141 people missing in China after a landslide buried Xinmo village in Maoxian, Sichuan province amid reports only one family survived.

Teens Handcuffed for Selling Water on National Mall

Three African American teenagers and a man were detained for selling water at the National Mall.

Lobbyist Shot in Baseball Field Rampage Leaves Hospital

Matt Mika, one of several people shot by a lone gunman who opened fire on a Republican congressional baseball practice, was released from the hospital.