Crude prices jumped as traders reacted to news of the agreement.
Patrick Flynn said he knelt in solidarity with a national movement to protest police brutality and social injustice.
David Wilson said he told the Alaska Republican chairman he won’t represent the party until it gives him the same kind of welcome he’s gotten when he visits a church for the first time.
Across the state, testing facilities are the linchpin marijuana growers and retailers need to move forward.
Warming will favor trees and even prairie grasses over Arctic and alpine tundra as regional climates shift through the end of the century, study says.
Tiny rural high schools lag in academics, and students pay the price.
Changing attitudes about child sex abuse prompt a conversation about changing the name of Badger Road Elementary School.
Alaska State Trooper Christopher Havens worked with K-9 Helo since March 2014. The dog was killed Sunday morning.
Rifles, cash, jewelry, a safe and gold items worth an estimated $170,000 were taken from a Douglas apartment overnight Saturday.
Police and school officials say Kellie Fagan may have taken as much as $60,000 during work at Central and Gruening middle schools.
For the first time, the state court in Bethel has a recognized professional Yup’ik interpreter on staff.
A high-frequency radio off Hawaii picked up a Tuesday call from the sailboat Rafiki 230 miles south of Cold Bay, when Alaska watchstanders were hearing static.
The airline will soon fly daily from Los Angeles to Havana.
The snow-capped mountains surrounding Anchorage clearly show that the growing season is coming to a close.
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services has settled its complaints with Xerox over its management of Medicaid claims, resetting its health-care contract with an agreed-upon series of performance standards.
A defensive Donald Trump lashed out at the moderator of Monday's presidential debate and threatened to make Bill Clinton’s marital infidelity a campaign issue.
Alaska Superior Court Judge Erin Marston is being asked to issue a decision before a trial is held.
Four-time race champion Mackey pulled out of next year's race to Nome because of “health reasons,” according to a Monday Facebook post from the Iditarod Trail Committee.