The invasion prompted the war’s only battle on North American soil, and the entire population of Attu was captured and sent to Japan, where they were held until the war ended.

Bucking the tiger: The favorite game of Americans in gambling halls and dens was incredibly popular before it was banned as part of temperance movements nationwide.

The Office of Public Advocacy has refused to accept new public guardian cases since April.


The ballot group has until February to submit at least 26,000 signatures from Alaska voters in its effort to repeal Alaska’s ranked choice voting.

A concert this weekend features the voices of homeless musicians.

When mixed with opioids, the powerful sedative can increase the chance of an overdose because it does not respond to lifesaving medication, authorities say.

Members of Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson’s administration shared findings from an after-action report on the heavy November snowfall, including options for increasing capacity and adjusting the public’s expectations.

The MH-60 Jayhawk crashed on Read Island, about 80 miles east of Sitka, on Nov. 13, injuring four aircrew members.

Bring some boozy nog, sour cream thumbprint cookies, a Bake Shop tribute star bread or foolproof sugar cookies to your next holiday party.

The two books take different approaches — one very scientific and the other imaginative.

The senior dual-sport athlete aspires to repeat as regional champion and secure her first state title before trading in her wrestling shoes for cleats permanently after earning a flag football scholarship.

More than a dozen students showed off traditional regalia they say is a reflection of their pride, community and homelands.

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