Alaska State Troopers say a Wasilla man faced with a fight-or-flight decision allegedly tried both Sunday night, jumping out of a rolling “mobile methamphetamine lab” and leading a trooper on a rowdy chase.
Gov. Bill Walker says President Obama’s plan to designate the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as wilderness -- which may permanently block oil and gas drilling there -- marks a “significant shift” in federal-state relations on Alaska’s natural resources.
A 31 year-old Wasilla man was arrested, Saturday night, after crashing a stolen car with two other cars near Creekwood Park Circle in Palmer, and then fleeing the scene, Alaska State Troopers wrote in a dispatch.
Veteran musher Brent Sass had to withdraw from the Yukon Quest last year after falling asleep, falling from his sled and smacking his head on the surface of a frozen lake. He's taking precautions against another concussion this year.
A Lower Kalskag man allegedly beat a man with a chair Wednesday evening, using tools to destroy items in his home and threatening to kill several people before he was arrested by Alaska State Troopers.
A judge handed down a lengthy prison term Friday for a former Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson soldier, convicted last year of murdering his wife after the state took custody of their daughter during a 2012 child abuse investigation.
Is Alaska really Seahawks country? There are no shortage of Hawks lovers here, based on photos that super fans are sending us as Seattle prepares for a Super Bowl return. But we're guessing there are a lot of other NFL teams out there with die-hard fans in the Last Frontier.
The Klondike Highway, linking the Southeast Alaska community of Skagway with Whitehorse in Canada, will reopen at noon Friday after being closed Thursday by sliding material in the wake of heavy Southeast Alaska rains.