Sometime between calling an ambulance for chest pain and being airlifted to Anchorage for heart surgery, Nenana Fire Chief Joe Forness found the time to help take a car crash victim to the hospital.
The state's first telemedicine clinic is scheduled to open Tuesday, with patients at Anchorage's 5th Avenue Mall being able to have a virtual appointment with a medical doctor located in East Anchorage.
A class at the Downtown Soup Kitchen Hope Center is helping homeless women get back on their feet.
It was just a normal day, until they looked inside of their van and noticed thousands of dollars worth of tools and equipment stolen, Amalia Raemy, a North Country Stoves employee said.
Whether for travel or recreation, snowmachines are a way of life for many Alaskans, but accidents and backcountry crashes on these vehicles can quickly turn deadly.
The Department of Justice released 90 pages of text messages late Tuesday night, many harshly critical of Donald Trump, that were exchanged between an FBI lawyer and an agent.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Tuesday that it is unrealistic to expect North Korea to give up its weapons programs before a meeting.
The picture shows Trump standing alongside journalist Natasha Stoynoff on the same day she says he allegedly pushed her against a wall and "forc[ed] his tongue down my throat."
This week at a Washington, D.C., military base, UN Ambassador Nikki Haley will present evidence that includes parts of a missile fired into Saudi Arabia.
Edwin M. Lee, San Francisco's first Asian-American mayor, died suddenly early Tuesday morning. He was 65.