On Tuesday, a helping hand of Anchorage School District students could be found at East High School, thanks to Lutheran Social Services of Alaska and a record-setting amount of donations.
15 new beds for opioid treatment are opening in the Salvation Army Alaska's treatment center for women.
Is it possible for someone to learn how to fly an aircraft without ever actually stepping foot inside one? Ralph Gibbs, a flight instructor and director of UAAs aviation technology division, says absolutely.
The Queen-Charlotte-Fairweather Fault has produced earthquakes as large as 8.1, and its been active for the past 100 years.
In Alaska, medical experts say more parents are choosing to not get vaccinations for their children, which experts say poses a risk to public health.
Sea bird die-offs in the past have been associated with warm ocean temperatures. Tracy Sinclare looks at a possible link to this year's die-off in the Bering Sea region.
Xuecheng's case is one of the most prominent since the #MeToo movement took hold in China.
The CNR civil engineering society said structures dating from when the bridge was built had surpassed their lifespan.
Williams resigned one day after the confrontation, which was captured on video and went viral.
NATO ally Turkey has accused Washington of waging an "economic war" as part of a plot to harm the country.
Scientists are exploring whether agricultural pollution might be playing a role in Florida's red tide, which is killing sea life and making people sick.