Hemp and Cannabis Fair attracts new marijuana businesses

This weekend the Hemp and Cannabis fair is at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Anchorage. Organizers for the fair say they expect to see anywhere from 1,500 to 2,000 people.

Containment of the McHugh Fire increased on Saturday to 14 percent according to fire officials.

An Alaska woman who took her husband's body on a days-long traveling wake and used ice from local canneries to keep him cold is not accused of breaking any laws.

Underage girls seeking an abortion in Alaska no longer need to tell their parents before following through with the procedure.

Showers return to Southcentral on Sunday

The Fishing Report: Sockeye with Emily

100-year-old pianist celebrates 69 years of playing in church

Fire growth slows as rain pours in South Anchorage

High speed internet cable construction project sets sail into Arctic

Former attorney general re-joins governor's administration in $275/hour contract

Warm temperatures linger into fall

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Watch: Fishermen chase bear away from town

Clinton chooses Tim Kaine as running mate

Public asked to exercise caution on trails in Far North Bicentennial Park

We'll take your wet & cool weekend....and say, "Thanks!"

Consultant says he won't file police report after alleged baseball bat attack

Next defense steps unclear after feticide ruling

Munich police find 9th body in mall shooting

Firefighters to passing drivers: Please slow down on Seward Highway near fire

Alaska Pic of the Day

Former spokesman for Alaska House Majority pleads not guilty to assault charges

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Burned Body Found as Calif. Wildfire Nearly Doubles in Size

The so-called Sand Fire north of Los Angeles was at 11,000 acres at noon Saturday and grew to 22,000 acres by Sunday morning.

Munich Gunman Visited Site of School Massacre: Officials

The gunman who killed nine people at a Munich mall on Friday spent at least a year planning the attack and had visited the site of a 2009 school shooting, officials said Sunday.

15 Dead, Dozens Wounded in Baghdad Suicide Bombing

Iraqi officials say a suicide bombing against a security check point in northern Baghdad has killed at least 15 people.

Thousands Without Power in New England After Thunderstorms

Thunderstorms across parts of New England left damage in many areas on Saturday afternoon, leaving thousands of people without power Sunday morning.

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