Today’s shooting of two journalists during a broadcast has reopened a conversation about how (or even if) sensitive material like the TV station’s video — and the gunman’s video — should be shared.
The church implied it might leave the Scouts when they changed the policy. Now, the church says as long as it can use its own criteria for appointing leaders, it will go on sponsoring troops.
The synthetic opioid fentanyl is used for surgery and to treat severe pain. Abuse has always been a problem. Now that it’s being used to cut heroin, the risk of overdose or death has soared.
There was a time when a teacher showing up on a student’s doorstep probably meant something bad. But increasingly, home visits are being used to spark parental involvement.
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The sentencing hearing will be continued next week for a man accused of evidence tampering in the deaths of two Alaska State Troopers.
Few details have been released, including whether the deceased was male or female, or how the person died.
Alaska Supreme Court Justices have begun to hear oral arguments in a lawsuit over the legality of a proposed voter initiative to ban setnets in urban parts of Alaska.
Anchorage officials are forming a task force to deal with the rising number of suspected spice overdoses.
The race’s official website says details will be announced at the 39th Annual Wooden Boat Festival, which is scheduled for Sept. 11.
Before his Anchorage rally, the Kentucky senator told reporters he wants to visit with “like-minded people” who don’t want government intruding into their lives.
Veterans testifying at a congressional listening session in Fairbanks say a 2014 law to reform the Veterans Administration health care system is making treatment worse.
Under an agreement that predates Walker’s administration, TransCanada would hold the state’s interest in the pipeline and gas treatment plant, with the state having an option to buy back a portion of that interest.