Vegas moved on. Sutherland Springs prayed. But Parkland raged.
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Don Sheldon's three adult children spent Valentine's Day on either side of a trust battle in Alaska Supreme Court.
The Anchorage Daily News and KTUU-TV went to court for access to the report. A judge this week ruled it should remain sealed.
Gov. Bill Walker, with the power of incumbency, led the pack in gubernatorial candidates’ fundraising race, pulling in $277,000.
A 26-year-old man was arrested on arson charges, and downtown Anchorage has one less public bathroom.
It’s not a new idea; it’s not expensive; and much of it is already in place.
FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics state championships pit Alaska high school teams against each other
Alaska's recession didn't officially start until sometime in the latter half of 2015, but economic contraction in the state seemed almost inevitable when oil prices began falling about a year earlier in August 2014.
The White House has resisted calls from Democrats in Congress, pro-reform activists and even the American Legion to support research into whether marijuana can help veterans
The problem is a federal law that does not allow the ship to work in U.S. waters because the hull has too much steel modified in foreign shipyards.
Space weather affects snowplow drivers carving through Thompson Pass in a whiteout, Iowa farmers dropping seeds of corn and wedding planners who release white doves during the ceremony.
Incumbent Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz has raised more than $100,000 to support his re-election bid.
Some say the trouble started over a flip-flop. By Friday, the feud had escalated into a bloody melee between guards and vacationers.
The Russian effort to meddle in the 2016 elections included fake rallies, false identities and divisive slogans intended to magnify Trump's message and undermine Clinton's candidacy.
As of last year, only four employers in the state had such a waiver, but not all of them used it.
Law enforcement officials said that they seized more than 9,000 tramadol pills between December and February from packages one man was sending and receiving in the small Alaska town.