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APD investigates Sunday morning shots-fired reports

Anchorage police responded to nearly half a dozen incidents involving shots fired early Sunday, with officers using riot gear to disperse a 200-person Downtown block party and finding a pool of blood near a gas station.

Anchorage volunteers to distribute Thanksgiving Blessing meals Monday

The Food Bank of Alaska and its partners will be distributing Thanksgiving meals in Anchorage Monday, as part of an annual distribution that may reach as many as 11,000 Southcentral families in need.

4.12 earthquake hits two miles south of Soldotna

An earthquake hit two miles south of Soldotna and ten miles southeast of Kenai at 8:32 am on Sunday

Troopers in Second Day of Juneau Search for Missing Hiker

Courtesy Seeking Alaska's Missing

Celebration of life planned for missing Juneau hiker

A celebration of life has been planned for a Juneau hiker who went missing earlier this year.

Walker names Natural Resources, Revenue commissioners

Gov.-elect Bill Walker has picked Mark Myers to be his Natural Resources commissioner.

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Troopers: Man drives car into ditch, offers passersby 'cold beer'

A man who Alaska State Troopers say drove his car into a ditch on Hatcher Pass Road was offering passersby cold beer.

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Old drug causing a new epidemic.

Substance abuse is a problem in many communities across the state and now an old drug is causing a new epidemic.

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A country divided: How Alaskans view Obama's immigration reform

President Obama's speech on immigration Thursday night sparked cheers and criticism across the country as well as an immediate response from immigrants living illegally in Alaska.

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