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The Alaska State Troopers say a man is dead and a trooper was injured after a shooting in a Fairbanks home, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner... [Read More]
Today was a tough day... [Read More]
We have the same problem in Alaska that we have on the national level: a lack of willingness — or inability — to engage in... [Read More]
For those who think Alaska's budget should be based on national averages, then we should get nothing in the way of a PFD. [Read More]
Officials with Eaglecrest Ski Area in Juneau want to expand summer offerings to capitalize on the crowds that visit the capital city on cruise ships. [Read More]
Sealaska Heritage Institute officials say they are collaborating with a university that is studying how the DNA of indigenous people might have been affected by... [Read More]
Researchers in Yakutat, where residents just hosted a tern festival, are joining with others to unravel the mysteries of the Aleutian tern. [Read More]
A fight promoter who brought international exposure to Alaska fighters, Lorimer has multiple sclerosis and wants to focus on her health. [Read More]
The same uncertainty that gives the governor leverage in dealing with the Legislature also hurts the state and Alaskans. [Read More]
The Swan Lake Fire in Alaska has exploded in size. Here are the latest updates, maps, and details about the fire. [Read More]
Willis Williams and Charles Gough drove 5,500 miles from Florida to Alaska so Williams could participate in the National Veterans Golden Age Games. [Read More]
A plea deal is apparently being negotiated in the case of a St. George man accused of killing his wife aboard a cruise ship near... [Read More]
On April 11, 2019, Alaska became the first state to legalize the on-site consumption of marijuana. City and industry officials are now weighing-in on whether... [Read More]
Learning to fly airplanes was the best way Ray Atkins knew to get to Alaska so he could go hunting and fishing. That was 50... [Read More]
Maybe Mike's Music just rocked too hard. The quirky Eagle River mom-and-pop is closing its doors this summer, more than 25 years after... [Read More]
Pastor Jim McClain of Calvary Baptist Church went from struggling to walk to the podium to walking two miles at the reservoir, immediately following a... [Read More]
In route news, United has its eye on a new route to China from San Francisco; SJC adds six new gates; Southwest enters a new... [Read More]
Sherwood Forest’s living and breathing trees are the homes to thousands of birds, including many kolea (golden plovers) that flew out April 24 to summer... [Read More]
Newell Corp. of Arlington spent more than a year reviving the locomotive for its return to Alaska. [Read More]
A recent issue of our newspaper was pretty typical. It announced two births and two deaths. Four more mysteries of the great unknown. Mysteries that... [Read More]