APD SWAT investigated shots fired near downtown Anchorage; area now clear

Anchorage Police SWAT are looking for a suspect who opened fire at police officers investigating an earlier report of shots fired in the area of 11th Ave. at Gambell St.

After the first day of session, disorder remains in the Alaska House of Representatives as the Senate prepares to start legislating.

The Alaska Dept. of Education and Early Development says it will continue initial licensure for spring and summer graduates while a review of the licensure programs continues.

Coinciding with the start of the Alaska State Legislature Tuesday was the first Anchorage Assembly meeting of 2019.

AWWU asking for increased water and wastwater rates in 2019

Several Alaska marijuana cultivators close shop according to tax data

Are you prepared? Part 2

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Alaska Legislature set to convene amid House uncertainty

Alaska Railroad railcar derails near Cantwell

Iron Dog moves start from Big Lake to Deshka Landing

North Pole Middle School class wins award for plan to thwart mail theft

Attention AK travelers: new direct flights to Bellingham, Las Vegas coming this summer

Local eateries feeling the impact of partial government shutdown

Sand Lake homeowners say improper drainage worsened earthquake damage

Sun and 20s for Anchorage Tuesday

Eagle River father starts support group for families, friends affected by suicide

UPDATE: Authorities identify Alaska man found dead in snowbank

UAA Officials hold Q&A after some education programs lose accreditation

Fairbanks city, borough take in $1M in pot taxes for 2018

IRS recalling 46,000 workers to handle taxes

Filing: OxyContin maker forecast 'blizzard of prescriptions'

Once in a blue moon we have a Super Wolf Blood moon

Alaska teen broke in through dog door, AST say homeowner chased him with a gun

Mueller not ready for Pres. Trump aide's sentencing, filing says

Eagle rescued after becoming stranded on Sitka power pole

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