Contentious education bill to become law

Alaska Governor Bill Walker announced he will allow a controversial education bill to become law, but without signing it. He called the decision “a close call for me.”

Police located stolen Jet Ski's after seeing post on facebook page.

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation is working to determine if a fishing vessel — whose engine room trouble prompted the rescue of 46 people earlier this week — spilled diesel fuel into the ocean.

Shawn Young was visiting his aunt in Midtown Anchorage last night when he heard loud noises from an apartment next door.

Less Showers, Increasing Breaks, More Sunshine

Forestry officials determine cause of McHugh Fire

Updates from the 2016 Democratic National Convention

AEDC: 'Uncertainty continues to rule' in Anchorage economy

Man escapes hospital after trooper car, foot chase

Observatory increases threat level of Aleutian volcano

Muldoon Division of Public Assistance office closed due to flooding

Anchorage man charged with murder after Midtown stabbing

Man heading to prison for biting child

Video: Rolling iceberg at Spencer Glacier Whistle Stop

National Park Service celebrates 100 years with events in Talkeetna

Alaska group seeks input from fishermen on salmon habitat

This rainmaker gets replaced by one that will move away faster

ConocoPhillips reports net loss of $1.1 billion in second quarter

Community thanks firefighters battling McHugh Fire

McHugh Fire crew size cut in half as threat diminishes

Pres. Obama takes the stage at the DNC to support Clinton

Bear euthanized at Denali National Park

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Cosby Drops Lawsuit Suit Against Accuser in Criminal Case

The lawsuit had demanded that she repay money from a confidential court settlement. Her lawyer said "the dismissal is a victory for all victims."

Navy Expected to Name Ship After Harvey Milk

The Navy will name one of its ships after San Francisco's pioneering gay politician Harvey Milk, according to a report by USNI News.

Could Russian Hackers Spoil Election Day?

Experts warn that voting machines and entire electoral systems are vulnerable to hacking.

2 Cook County Jail Detainees Hold Inmate Hostage For Hours

The inmates held another inmate at shank-point for three hours before the situation was resolved. The hostage suffered minor injuries to his leg.

Second Federal Court Overturns Ban on Political Robocalls

It's the second time in a year that a state law banning the calls has been tossed out, after a federal court overturned South Carolina's ban.

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