Police have removed the perimeter originally set up on W. 79th Ave following a shooting in the area at 5 p.m. Thursday afternoon.
A relatively new state law relating to abortion funding was ruled unconstitutional by a Superior Court Judge Thursday.
An Anchorage judge says he'll issue a ruling Friday on whether eligible Alaskans can apply for Medicaid expansion coverage on September 1.
Several other separate power outages were reported across the city later Thursday night.
Specific topics of discussion have yet to be released, but many residents of Dillingham hope fishing and erosion will be the focus when he visits on Wednesday.
Downtown drivers and workers will see traffic closures in the area of the Hotel Captain Cook, City Hall and the Dena’ina Center beginning Monday morning as President Obama visits to speak at the GLACIER arctic conference.
An Anchorage musician hopes a song he recently recorded will inspire people to stop the violence.
In 2009, then Interior Secretary Ken Salazar called the federal government's management of subsistence hunting and fishing "broken."
Courtesy Lonea Moore McGowen
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