Gov. Bill Walker has stopped the state transportation department from seizing the land occupied by a sandwich shop in Anchorage for a bridge project that may be put on hold.
A Bethel man is the first local musher in nearly 30 years to win the Kuskokwim 300 Sled Dog Race.
A 39-year-old Juneau woman has been cited for tripping legal traps set to catch fur-bearing animals.
An autopsy has been ordered for a 20-year-old Wrangell man who died of injuries suffered in a Ketchikan jail.
Alaska Attorney General Craig Richards is asking a federal appeals court to not do anything with the state's appeal of a gay marriage ruling until the nation's high court weighs in.
he state demographer estimates Alaska's population is shrinking — slightly.
The chancellor of the University of Alaska Fairbanks says it's likely he will apply to replace outgoing UA President Pat Gamble.
Gov. Bill Walker will be giving two addresses before a joint session of the Alaska Legislature next week.
If you thought the earth was moving a little more than usual recently, you are correct.
The trial of a 33-year-old Ketchikan commercial fisherman charged with manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide has begun in Ketchikan.