State would pay for wrongfully convicting Alaskans under new proposals

Even when a state court confirms someone was wrongly convicted of a crime in Alaska, when the innocent person walks free, they are not guaranteed any compensation for the time they lost behind bars.

One of the stars of the Alaska-based reality show “Life Below Zero” has sued producers of the NatGeo series claiming she was forced to film unsafe segments in support of made-up storylines.

Residents in a South Anchorage subdivision were awoken early Monday morning by Anchorage Fire Department units responding to what police call a "carbon monoxide incident" that killed one person and hospitalized seven others.

A victory for coal country. A new law overturns what some say were burdensome regulations on the coal industry, while others believe the rules were meant to help the environment.

University of Alaska officials to discuss UA Title IX agreement

UPDATE: Officer responsible for shooting, killing standoff suspect identified

Man saves 3 young teens from fire, hailed as neighborhood hero

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After week of snowfall, experts warn of high avalanche danger across Southcentral

Senators ask Attorney General for recusal in Russia investigation

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AMCO says further action won't be pursued in statewide seizure of cannabidiol products

Troopers seek information about home invasion robbery involving 5 men

Schools continue to teach lost art of cursive writing

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Teams head to McGrath with 2017 Iron Dog officially underway

Emergency response vehicle believed 'totaled' after collision

Ride-share company push hits speed bumps in Alaska

Man accused of fatally shooting wife appears in court on murder charges

ICYMI: Aquarian students' bake sale raises money for Spenard fire victims

What Anchorage's sanctuary city status (or lack thereof) means for the community

Sass withdraws from 2017 Iditarod

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