USS Hopper stops in Homer ahead of Northern Edge naval exercises

A U.S. Navy Destroyer is spending a few days in Homer before participating in a joint naval exercise with the Army and Air Force in the Gulf of Alaska.

The National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for the Kuskokwim River near Red Devil. This spring, potential for flooding is considered “normal,” according to the Alaska-Pacific River Forecast Center.

The Legislative Council passed a motion Thursday approving $3.5 million to be spent on renovations to their new office building on Benson and Minnesota Drive in Anchorage.

Facebook is acknowledging that governments or other malicious non-state actors are using its social network to sway political sentiment, including elections.

Dozens don heels to 'walk a mile in her shoes' at annual fundraiser

Man brutally beaten in home invasion has died, friends say

Teens' social secrets go deeper than parents think

Make a Wish visits KTUU

Dining Out for Life helps local HIV/AIDS support group

Record-breaking number of cruise ship passengers expected in Juneau this summer

Palmer couple investigated after teen’s fatal overdose sentenced by Judge

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Invasive green crabs found off Olympic Peninsula

Students pick up around schools to beautify communities

Dogs becoming big part of bedbug battle

State Plans to Widen Sterling Highway

Valley community stepping up after thieves took advantage of kindness

Governor Walker Signs Legislation to Boost Local Economic Development

Non-profits urged to contact lawmakers over education lottery bill

Defense cross-examine key witness in Sockeye Fire trial

AST pursues stolen vehicle into the Village of Ninilchik

UPDATE: Devon Brown indicted for attempted murder in connection to Carrs shooting

Anchorage Archbishop Schwietz hospitalized

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World record falls in women's Scissor Kick Broad Jump

Newly-signed executive order aims to expand Arctic drilling and exploration

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