Police seek public's help tracking down two new halfway house escapees

Anchorage police are trying to locate two people who walked away from Anchorage halfway houses Wednesday evening.


A lightning storm last weekend ignited seven fires within Alaska’s Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve, near the Canadian border, according to the National Park Service.


The rain event has been delayed by 6-12 hours, but it's still coming



Repairs to a Ketchikan dock that was damaged in early June by a cruise ship have been completed ahead of schedule.


CHARGES: Woman found dead in car had been bound, beaten and shot


UPDATE: Search efforts continue for missing Nome man


What makes the Olympic Swim Trials pool so fast?


Death of mega-project Susitna-Watana Dam celebrated in Talkeenta


1,100 Anchorage jobs lost between May 2015 and May 2016, report finds


What do you think about this year's PFD checks being $1,000?


Anchorage man indicted for Atka rollover crash that killed 3


More than 5K water systems in excess of federal lead, copper limits


Meet the 'you've got mail' voice


Wet Weather For Thurs./Friday Timeframe


City of Anchorage issues heavy rain advisory


Jackie's Pic Of The Day


Glenn Highway reopened after RV fire near N. Peters Creek


Walker announces $1.29 billion in vetoes, reduces dividend to $1,000 this year


Intersection of Tudor and Old Seward to close for several days starting Friday evening


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Biologists work to learn cause of death for humpback whale found near Hope


UPDATE: 17-year-old involved in attempted robbery and kidnapping charged as adult


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Could Brexit Give U.K. Its 2nd Female Leader?

British Home Secretary Theresa May could become the second female prime minister of the United Kingdom.

Suicide Attack on Afghan Police Convoy Kills 37

The Taliban targeted a convoy of buses carrying Afghan police cadets outside of the capital, killing 37 people, police said.

House GOP To Move on Measures to Block Terrorists from Buying Guns

The House will move next week on an anti-terrorism package that will have a provision to stop terrorists from buying guns, sources tell NBC News.

New Zika Studies Reveal Invisible Damage to Babies

Brazilian researchers found as many as one in five babies born with brain damage caused by Zika had normal-sized heads.

Marine Recruit's Death Leads to Hazing Investigation

Fifteen drill instructors and other Marine commanders are under investigation for hazing and misconduct in a review that began with a recruit's death.

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