UA President Jim Johnsen said the university would also work to improve its responses to such complaints in the future.
All three members of Alaska's congressional delegation are in Alaska this week. Some tips on how to get your message across to them.
Alaska homicide and robbery rates went down between 1986 and 2015, while rape and aggravated assault were up.
Six lynx were seen roaming a Hillside property last week. A few days later, lynx on the Hillside were spotted hunting a snowshoe hare -- in a chase caught on video.
Alaska and the BLM are in a dispute over the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge's boundaries. At stake? 20,000 acres in the refuge's potentially oil-rich northwestern boundary.
What happened 20 years ago at Bethel Regional High School marks the first and only school shooting in Alaska. It still haunts people.
Facing down a hostile male-dominated leadership, Brown forced open meetings on the way to many political accomplishments.
The Alaska Legislature has hired Rich Ruggiero, an oil and gas consultant who worked on the Sarah Palin-era ACES legislation that raised taxes on companies at high oil prices.
The last time the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was called in to investigate a fire in Alaska was 2002, police said Saturday.
The diplomatic dispute arising from President Trump’s suggestion that terrorists had recently struck in Sweden illustrates the unusual approach he takes to foreign policy.
Thirty-five two-person teams will cover more than 2,000 miles of Alaska wilderness on their way first to Nome, then to the finish in Fairbanks.
By making a long weekend out of your visit, the kids can check out the northern lights, museums, ice-carving festival, reindeer and more.
More Alaskans are getting chickens, and it appears they're getting better at taking care of them.
The glacier gives Anchorage water and electricity; how long it will last depends on what the local climate does.
The boy's parents were charged with child endangerment, records show, and each were held on $150,000 bond.
As Anchorage city crews swap out 4,000 streetlights to energy-saving LED bulbs this year, battles over their brightness, color and placement could become more common.