The Oregon State Fair is adding marijuana plants to its list of attractions. Alaska won't be following suit, at least this year, fair officials said.
What's complicated and what's not in moving forward with justice for victims after years or even decades.
Journalist and blogger Craig Medred has a new gig: communications and research for Alaska’s Senate president, Anchorage Republican Kevin Meyer.
Genetic and bone-structure information shows a dead whale found in 2014 is a previously unknown species.
Alaskans with Premera Blue Cross health insurance will be affected only if they seek medical care at a Providence Health Services facility in Washington state.
"The good old days of oil saving us from ourselves are over," said the head of AEDC during a presentation on the near future of Anchorage's economy.
A bill that would tighten restrictions on sexual education in Alaska sat on Gov. Bill Walker's desk Wednesday, scheduled to automatically become law at 11:59 p.m. Thursday if he did not veto it.
The new chairman of the state board tasked with regulating Alaska's fledgling marijuana industry says he hasn't given up his rights as a citizen.
A 23-year-old Anchorage woman has been charged in federal court with embezzling more than $100,000 from her former employer, Credit Union 1.
Donald Trump's campaign has denied press credentials to a number of disfavored media organizations, including The Washington Post, but on Wednesday, the campaign of his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, went even further.
Randy Virgin and DeeAnn Apgar aren't planning quick changes to Summit Spice & Tea.
A lot of people deny climate change. Not many, though, deny gravity.
Donald Trump called President Putin of Russia “a better leader” than President Obama, just a day after saying he hoped Russian intelligence services had successfully hacked Hillary Clinton’s email.
A Coast Guard crew will overfly the 229-foot trawler, abandoned in the Bering Sea by its crew of 46, before a tug reaches the area.
A crackdown on homeless camps has created “short-term stress” on the city’s main shelter, officials say.
After Tampa Bay buyout, the veteran of 10 full NHL seasons agreed to a one-year, $700,000 deal with Predators.
Smoking and vaping are now banned in downtown's Town Square Park, following approval by the Anchorage Assembly Tuesday night.
Nearly 500 prisoners and more than 100 staff at the Palmer Correctional Center will be affected by the move.