Alaska's senior population projected to boom, creating thousands of health care jobs

Alaska’s senior population is projected to boom over the next few years, creating strong job growth in health care and social services.

Two Whittier police officers assigned to patrol the streets of Girdwood will be stuck in the small ski town until the Whittier tunnel is made safe for travel.

A rockslide has forced the closure of the Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel, also known as the Whittier Tunnel.

The victim of an armed robbery on Tuesday night helped police locate and arrest the suspects by tracking the phone they had stolen.

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Murkowski attorney: Contributions to Alaska GOP permissible

Old cell phone used in new way helps stop burglary

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Firefighters douse large trailer blaze in Midtown

State officials consider rules for pot shop workers

Anchorage assembly holds first hearing on city budget proposal

Elementary students learn how to participate in presidential election

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After being reinstated last week, Fairbanks police chief again placed on leave

Alaska's youngest voters pose questions for candidates at high school forum

New sleeping recommendations for infants could cut SIDS in half, experts say

Holiday gas stations hit by overnight crime wave

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Police identify victim in Government Hill fatal shooting

Researchers link virus to Alaska birds with deformed beaks

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National intelligence director says non-state actor to blame for cyberattack

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Airstrike Near Syrian School Kills Children

Syrian activists say an airstrike outside a school in Hass, northern Idlib killed at least 17 people, most of them children.

Defense Secretary Orders a Stop to Reclaiming Reenlistment Bonuses

'This is a case where we have a trust with the service members who have served us and ... we need do justice,' Secretary Ash Carter told NBC News.

U.S. Abstains on UN Vote on Cuba Embargo

The U.S. on Wednesday abstained for the first time in 25 years on a UN resolution condemning America's economic embargo against Cuba.

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