Bear incidents at Denali National Park force trail shutdown

The National Park Service says two incidents this past week are prompting Denali National Park and Preserve staff to remind visitors to use caution and practice proper behavior in bear habitat.

Before imposing the mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years on a mother who killed her baby, Superior Court Judge Michael Wolverton called the case of Sarah Bentley Johnson “soul-crushing” and “hard to wrap your head around.”

The Alaska Department of Corrections is working to reduce the number of inmates who walk away from its Community Residential Centers, commonly known as a halfway houses.

The Scottish Highland Games event has had a foothold in Alaska for the last 35 years, but this year is a bit different. The Last Frontier will play host to the International Highland Games Federation World Championships on Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26.

Hoonah crash kills one, injures another

Teams take off from Victoria for non-powered race to Alaska

VA employees, veterans in Texas protest proposals to privatize care

USCG takes control of Kotzebue aviation facility

Mix of Sun, Clouds, Showers in Southcentral

Tanker runs aground in Southwest Alaska, no pollution reported

Judge denies attempt to prolong Alaska Medicaid legislation

King Salmon limit restored along Little Susitna river

Beauty school supports Orlando victims

Alaska peony farmers: "We're coming on in July when all the other peony areas have bloomed out."

Judge sentences Alaska woman who suffocated infant to 20 years

Shia LaBeouf selfies his way across Southcentral Alaska

Puget Sound re-opens to salmon fishing after impasse

Transgender man attacked after Seattle event for Orlando

North Pole man pleads guilty to first-degree murder

Bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley dead at age 89

Donald Trump applauds British voters on decision to split from EU

Kenai Peninsula sales tax cap increase goes to voters

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