A fast-moving wildfire has burned a library and several homes in a small, rural Kodiak Island community.
Police have removed the perimeter originally set up on W. 79th Ave following a shooting in the area at 5 p.m. Thursday afternoon.
An Anchorage musician hopes a song he recently recorded will inspire people to stop the violence.
The sentencing hearing will be continued next week for a man accused of evidence tampering in the deaths of two Alaska State Troopers.
A woman attempting to check her mail Wednesday night in Wasilla was surprised when an armed man “sprung from the nearby wood line” and tried to rob her, Alaska State Troopers say.
Anchorage has four new laws regulating marijuana in the city, including where you can keep the drug while driving, under a vote Tuesday by the city Assembly.
An Anchorage 18-year-old will serve 1 year and 10 days in prison for the hit-and-run death of a bicyclist, under sentencing announced in court today.
A Fairbanks Postal Service employee has been charged with embezzling $9,541 from a labor organization representing Postal Service supervisors, court records show.
Troopers arrested a 45-year-old Seward man accused of getting into fight on a sand bar Wednesday and biting the tip of his opponent’s finger off.
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