The three-time Kelly Cup-winning hockey club -- Alaska’s only professional sports franchise -- announced Thursday that mounting losses have prompted owners to cease operations.
“Bluebeard” and other fans have barely missed an Aces game in the last decade. They'll soon be without a team to cheer.
The captain of the F/V Cornelia Marie detoured over a patch of the Bering Sea where a ship went missing with six aboard this month, and the crew dropped a dozen yellow roses into the water.
Anchorage skier Kikkan Randall has made slow but steady progress in her comeback season.
The bills would use the fund's investment earnings to help pay for government services and take at least $1 billion out of the state’s $3 billion deficit.
Roland Zumwalt moved into a Kenai rooming house for men leaving prison, and died of an overdose less than a month later.
The tension over how long to hold onto paper profits at the Permanent Fund will grow as the Legislature and governor begin to think of the fund as a pillar of state revenue.
Kylen Moore, 15, couldn’t be revived after the Feb. 6 crash, troopers said in a dispatch.
According to a federal criminal complaint written by an FBI special agent, Silva is suspected of walking into the bank at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 16 and handing a teller a note demanding cash.
President Trump said he would like to see a world with no nuclear weapons but expressed concern that the United States has "fallen behind on nuclear weapon capacity."
More than a dozen of a dwindling number of protesters at a camp near the site of the Dakota Access pipeline were arrested on Thursday after defying a previous deadline set by authorities to vacate.
The House Science Committee on Wednesday urged the new head of the EPA to reverse plans to limit development at the controversial Alaska mine site.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Anchorage filed a five-count indictment against Matthew Scharber, 35; Michael Charles Elder, 23; and Corey Sylva, 26.
Damien Peterson, charged with murdering Frank Woodford, pleaded not guilty at a hearing attended by Woodford's family and the parents of slain teen David Grunwald.
Well-intended as they might have been, President Barack Obama's protections for transgender students were on shaky ground from the get-go.
Investigators have found the apparent source of the carbon monoxide that killed 18-year-old Trevor Noble.