A legislative hearing to address a recent string of Alaska inmate deaths has prompted a call for legislation to establish a third-party independent review of such deaths.
A Fairbanks operator wants to expand its Fort Knox Gold Mine onto federal land.
Sunday is the deadline to register to vote, update voter information or change party affiliation ahead of next month's primary.
Federal officials say a salmon cam in Juneau is returning for a second year.
U.S. Sen. Mark Begich brought in just over $1.25 million during the last quarter, his biggest haul so far this cycle. But his campaign spent nearly $2 million toward his re-election bid.
Volunteers will begin moving 60,000 books and other items from Kettleson Library to make way for a major remodeling project.
Beginning Monday and lasting through Aug. 25, the Alaska State Archives Research Room will be closed and research services limited to an emergency-only basis.
Alaska State Troopers have launched a public awareness campaign against aggressive driving.
A baby has been born to an Alaska woman in a coma and listed as clinically brain dead for most of the pregnancy.
The man accused of killing six members of his ex-wife's family, including four children, in Texas this week is a graduate of a suburban Anchorage high school, where he was voted class clown and prom king.