Aviation instructors, pilots and safety experts suspect that Richard Russell had some sort of training, whether from a flight-simulator game or some form of lessons.
A separate bust in Juneau netted a large amount of meth as well as heroin and cocaine after USPS officials tracked a package to a downtown hotel, authorities say.
A huge section of the Morandi Bridge in Genoa fell at midday over an industrial zone, sending tons of twisted steel and concrete onto warehouses below.
Fish and Game also raised the daily bag limit for the coho salmon fishery on the Susitna River drainage.
The ban, which would take effect no sooner than the start of next year, is expected to have sweeping effects for both retailers and consumers.
Robert P. Steward, 33, died Monday night after his older brother shot and killed him after a fight, police say.
John Sturgeon has longtime ties to Native communities and has been forceful in his belief that Alaska Natives should have the rural subsistence fishing preference enforced in the Katie John line of cases.
The grand jury’s investigation, the broadest inquiry into church sex abuse in U.S. history, identified 1,000 children who were victims, but said there probably are thousands more.
An independent running in the Democratic primary is not too far behind.
The decision by Manafort’s lawyer, Kevin Downing, not to call witnesses clears the way for the jury to hear closing arguments in the trial, now in its third week.
Federal agencies selected the development plan sought by Donlin Gold. The project must still seek many individual state and federal permits.
Seven people bobbed in frigid Alaska water. Their rescuers came just in time.
The park service says three people are facing charges after they entered the closed area at Brooks Falls while brown bears were feeding on salmon.