Attorney General Merrick Garland cited “substantial public interest in this matter” and said he personally approved the search warrant.

With just a few days until primary election day, U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski was campaigning less than half the time and Trump-backed candidate Kelly Tshibaka called the primary “a mile marker.”

The Anchorage School District is facing such a severe bus driver shortage that there are only enough to serve 7,000 of the 20,000 eligible riders at a time, officials said.

Also, Wasilla will host the state’s biggest reptiles and exotic animals expo and a new Van Gogh immersive exhibition starts in Anchorage.

The U.S. House is poised to pass a bill Friday that would provide the most spending to fight climate change by any one nation ever in a single push.

The shows have been put on by multiple vendors, leading to confusion in the Lower 48 and words of caution from the Better Business Bureau. But the organization said the vendor for Anchorage’s show has drawn rave reviews.

It is uncertain what the judge’s ruling will mean for Alaska fisheries catching salmon that would head to British Columbia or the Pacific Northwest to spawn.

The updated guidance puts more of the responsibility for limiting viral spread on individuals, rather than on schools, businesses and other institutions.

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The man, who has not been identified, was shot after he raised a gun toward police, a patrol spokesperson said.

Advocates say the Muktuk Marston-Hunter Pass trail project will give a populace hungry for outdoor recreation a new way to reach Anchorage-area alpine terrain. But neighbors say they’re already swamped with visitors.

Citing severe health issues, Joe Gerace stepped down as Anchorage's health department director on Monday , just hours before an investigation was published showing he’d made up credentials and work history.

Opponents say the regulations are prompting doctors and health workers to suggest the procedure to people who might not otherwise consider it.

High prices are altering lifestyles and forcing cities to ration fuel and make sacrifices.

The two aircraft did not enter U.S. or Canadian sovereign airspace, NORAD said.

The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Seattle, alleges Holland America knew of the dangers because passengers on previous trips had died in similar crashes.

Airline employees humiliated the men in front of fellow passengers, the suit says, forced them to undergo more security measures even after telling police the men posed no threat and would not let them fly together on rebooked flights.

Mary Peltola would be the first Alaska Native in Congress. Nick Begich III would follow in the footsteps of his grandfather.

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