Prices in the state have gone up by more than 50% since 2020, according to federal data, causing headaches for buyers and dealers alike.

Charges were dismissed again this month for the man who randomly attacked Angela Harris. She fears he could be released from a civil commitment and harm others.

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“I didn’t really realize how much of my life experiences in the freestyle world would relate to the experience here,” Dane Ferguson said from Ukraine.

The pilot was working on the Clear Fire near Anderson Sunday evening when the crash occurred.

The city gave little notice of the decision, prompting pushback from community leaders.

Histories of Anchorage: The entertaining illustrations are another highlight of the pamphlet, which was issued to service members arriving in the state and featured facts, warnings and several notable omissions.

A federal court ruled that the state cannot issue gillnet openers for all Alaskans in the federal areas of the Kuskokwim River, at least for now. That will be the job of the federal government.

The fall of Roe v. Wade shifted the battleground to courthouses around the country Monday.

An official said 15 others in the truck were taken to hospitals in San Antonio, where the bodies were found Monday.

Human Resources Director Niki Tshibaka’s shirt — worn during a recent Library Advisory Board meeting — signaled his support for library deputy director Judy Eledge, who’s at the center of several employee complaints.

The court ruled 6-3 along ideological lines for the coach. The justices said the coach’s prayer was protected by the First Amendment.

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Both abortion opponents and groups that support abortion access have said they see a constitutional convention as the likeliest path toward an abortion ban in the state.

Troopers said they coordinated with the village of Kokhanok and area lodges to mount a response, and passengers were brought out of the lake, loaded into skiffs and taken to a nearby clinic.

The Biden administration will soon weigh in on ConocoPhillips’ Willow project, near Nuiqsut. The decision will directly test how the administration is weighing pressure to deepen America’s ability to produce oil against a desire to make progress curbing climate change.

Organizers spoke at Town Square Park to call for unity and solidarity.

Chemicals from fire retardants and other materials have accumulated in the bodies of seals, whales and other animals of the northern Bering Sea.

The cause remains under NTSB investigation, and Alaska Seaplanes said it “has ceased all operations for the time being.”

The court did not elaborate on its reasoning but said a full opinion will follow at a later date.

Mountain Home Air Force Base says 19-year-old Mackenzie Wilson, a cadet at Oregon State University originally from Eagle River, died of injuries sustained in an accident.

Columnist John Schandelmeier details the good and the bad of early summer fishing, along with a prod to get out and catch them.

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