The owner of the home in an Anchorage neighborhood has already been fined more than $8,000 for excessive police calls, but he says his neighbors have organized a campaign of police responses against him for petty infractions. AnchorageMichelle Theriault Boots
Nome Superior Court Judge Timothy Dooley, facing accusations of professional misconduct, has responded to the allegations, denying any wrongdoing or any pattern of behavior unbecoming a judge.Crime & JusticeMatthew F. Smith
As burned-out Willow residents begin rebuilding after the Sockeye fire, dog mushers are getting much of the attention -- and the donations -- but those involved in the rebuilding effort say they're trying to help the whole community.Alaska NewsZaz Hollander
Kilian Jornet of Spain and Emelie Forsberg of Sweden delivered record runs in the 88th Mount Marathon, and a slew of Alaskans clocked personal bests on the punishing race up and down the 3,022-foot peak in Seward on Saturday.SportsDoyle Woody
The Fish and Wildlife Service acknowledges that Arctic climate change is the top threat to polar bears, but it says its ability to take action is limited to tasks that fall short of greenhouse gas restrictions. Yereth Rosen
Bill Cosby admitted in 2005 that he obtained drugs with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with, and that he gave a sedative to at least one woman and "other people," according to documents obtained Monday by The Associated Press.
Greeks delivered a shocking rebuff to Europe’s leaders on Sunday, decisively rejecting a deal offered by the country’s creditors in a historic vote that could redefine Greece’s place in Europe and shake the continent’s financial stability.