A former Fairbanks chiropractor has been sentenced to three years in prison for concealing bankruptcy assets and possessing illegal weapons that he wanted a hit man to use to kill lawyer.
The change is part of a new program called gender-inclusive housing. A man and woman, two transgender students or any other two-student configurations can share a room.
The superintendent of the Lower Kuskokwim School District has resigned after less than two years on the job.
Hillary Rodham Clinton says she had no reason to save personal emails from her time as secretary of state. The possible Democratic presidential candidate during a news conference on Tuesday there were more than 60,000 emails in total sent and received. About half of them were personal emails, she said.
The bill, from Republican Sen. Bill Stoltze of Chugiak, would direct the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to prioritize state fisheries for personal use when restrictions are necessary.
The city of Kenai is working on a road that will provide legal access to the southern bank of the mouth of the Kenai River. The road would allow dipnetters seeking salmon to avoid crossing private property.
Christina Neal, a geologist with the Alaska Volcano Observatory for nearly 25 years, moves to Hawaii to become the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory's new scientist-in-charge.
A plane from Atlanta skidded off a runway at LaGuardia Airport while landing Thursday, crashing through a chain-link fence and apparently losing its right wing. Any injuries appear to be minor, the Fire Department of New York said.
Alaska has received AAA bond ratings from three ratings agencies for general obligation debt. Two also gave the state a stable outlook, though one -- Moody's -- had a negative outlook.
The beach at Southern California's "Surf City" has been turned white by a dumping of at least an inche of hail from a fast-moving storm.
Doyon Ltd. is defending itself against criticism that it helped the much bigger Dish Network claim more than $3 billion in federal credits through a regulatory loophole involving a company jointly formed by the two entities.
A blind dog who wandered away from her Ester, Alaska, home during a cold snap earlier this month has been reunited with her owner.
Boris Nemtsov, a charismatic former deputy prime minister turned Russian opposition leader, was shot and killed in Moscow Saturday, officials said. He was 55.
A representative from First Student, the bus company used by the school district, had originally recommended third-grade as a minimum for students to be dropped off or picked up alone, but the board settled on kindergarten.
Crab pots lost on the bottom of a Kodiak Island bay are capturing significant numbers of its king crab, according to scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.