- Birch pollen count in Fairbanks sets new record Updated: May-03-16 9:52 pm
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Fairbanks's birch pollen count this year has set a new record for the city.
- Alaska town's first liquor store in more than 40 years opens Updated: May-03-16 9:31 pm
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - An Alaska town's first liquor store in more than 40 years has opened, and the police chief there worries he won't have enough officers to handle an expected spike in alcohol-related calls.
- Negotiators advance bill with sex education provisions Updated: May-03-16 1:57 pm
JUNEAU, Alaska - A conference committee has adopted the Senate rewrite of Rep. Wes Keller's bill dealing with parental involvement in education and student testing.
- Troopers release name of man killed in Parks Highway crash Updated: May-03-16 12:50 pm
CANTWELL, Alaska - Alaska State Troopers have released the name of a man killed last week in a traffic crash on the Parks Highway.
- Mat-Su school superintendent picked for Anchorage job Updated: May-03-16 11:48 am
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - The current superintendent of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District has been picked to head the Anchorage School District.
- Teen who killed bicyclist in Anchorage begins prison term Updated: May-03-16 9:05 am
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A teenager who struck and killed a bicyclist while driving drunk in Anchorage has started her four-month prison sentence.
- Coghill says he's recommending lawmakers drop Medicaid suit Updated: May-02-16 9:52 pm
JUNEAU, Alaska - Alaska Senate Majority Leader John Coghill said Monday he has recommended that lawmakers drop their lawsuit challenging Gov. Bill Walker's authority to expand Medicaid on his own.
- Moda Health leaving Alaska individual health market in 2017 Updated: May-02-16 6:55 pm
JUNEAU, Alaska - One of the two companies offering individual health insurance policies for Alaskans announced Monday that it will not be participating in that market next year.
- Fairbanks City Council rejects neighborhood site for school Updated: May-02-16 3:31 pm
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - A Fairbanks school serving home-schooled students may have to find a new home after the city council rejected its bid to operate in a residential neighborhood.
- Marten, chicken clash blamed for Ketchikan traffic crash Updated: May-02-16 12:22 pm
KETCHIKAN, Alaska - Alaska wildlife was a factor in a weekend traffic crash but this time it wasn't a moose, caribou or bear.
- Air Force, Anchorage working out deal for city park Updated: May-02-16 9:01 am
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Anchorage officials and the U.S. Air Force are working toward a solution after finding that the city may have to start paying hundreds of thousands of dollars each year for a 78-acre park on military land.
- Hiker found dead after fall in Alaska's Denali National Park Updated: May-01-16 9:35 pm
DENALI NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE, Alaska - A hiker has been found dead in Alaska's Denali National Park and Preserve, and authorities believe he fell and suffered a fatal head injury.
- Above-average fire year ahead in Hawaii, Alaska, Southwest Updated: May-01-16 7:37 pm
Hawaii, Alaska and the Southwest face an above-average threat of wildfires this summer, but most of the country should see normal or below-normal problems, forecasters said Sunday.
- Federal regulations shut down Alaska's opiate detox centers Updated: May-01-16 1:20 pm
JUNEAU, Alaska - Alaska's only residential detox facilities for opiate addiction have closed due to a federal regulation change.
- First wild-born wood bison calves spotted near Bethel Updated: May-01-16 11:55 am
BETHEL, Alaska - Wood bison calves have been spotted near Bethel, marking the first wild-born bison in the U.S. in years.
- Drunken driver crashes into Alaska Governor's Mansion Updated: Apr-30-16 6:12 pm
JUNEAU, Alaska - A suspected drunk driver has been arrested after his truck crashed into the Governor's Mansion, damaging the historic house.
- Mallott calls new take on timber industry, environmentalism Updated: Apr-30-16 2:49 pm
KETCHIKAN, Alaska - Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott is calling for less confrontation between environmentalists and Alaska's timber industry.
- Man abandoned 30 years ago tries to find his birth family Updated: Apr-30-16 8:05 am
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Nobody knows just how long the baby lay there that September night in 1986.
- 8 killed in 1982 Investor murders remembered in exhibit Updated: Apr-30-16 7:01 am
BELLINGHAM, Washington - Does the time ever come when a community stops remembering a murdered group of its own? In the case of Blaine, possibly not.
- Iditarod bans musher in domestic violence case from '17 race Updated: Apr-29-16 7:12 pm
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A musher who has been charged in a domestic violence case has been banned from next year's Iditarod, race officials announced Friday in Alaska.
- The Latest: Iditarod bans musher in domestic violence case Updated: Apr-29-16 7:08 pm
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - The Latest on the Iditarod banning a musher facing domestic violence charges from next year's race (all times local):
- The Latest: Chenault: Panel plans to hear tax credit bill Updated: Apr-29-16 5:09 pm
JUNEAU, Alaska - The Latest on legislative happenings as Alaska lawmakers continue to meet in extended session (all times local):
- State seeks dismissal of lawsuit over governor's admin order Updated: Apr-29-16 2:27 pm
JUNEAU, Alaska - A seine fisherman from southeast Alaska and a commercial fishing trade organization have sued Gov. Bill Walker over an administrative order they say made substantial legal changes to the agency regulating entry into the state's commercial fisheries.
- Sitka Assembly approves ban on texting while driving Updated: Apr-29-16 10:03 am
SITKA, Alaska - Sitka officials have approved an ordinance that prohibits drivers from using their cellphones while driving.
- Walkway to Ketchikan dock lost in 2015 storm recovered Updated: Apr-29-16 9:28 am
KETCHIKAN, Alaska - A covered metal walkway leading to a dock in Ketchikan that disappeared during a 2015 storm has been recovered almost one year to the day after it went missing.