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Troopers launch anti-aggressive driving campaign

Troopers launch anti-aggressive driving campaignAlaska State Troopers have launched a public awareness campaign against aggressive driving.

Mother in monthslong coma has baby by C-section

A baby has been born to an Alaska woman in a coma and listed as clinically brain dead for most of the pregnancy.

Texas suspect was Alaska high school prom king

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.

Woman cited for taking selfies while driving

Woman cited for taking selfies while drivingA woman observed driving erratically between Palmer and Wasilla has been cited for taking selfies while driving.

Smartphone GPS directs help to lost hiker

Smartphone GPS directs help to lost hikerA lost hiker used his smartphone's GPS function to help rescuers find him.

Juneau planners OK first Southeast peony farm

Juneau planners OK first Southeast peony farmA Juneau man has received city approval for the first peony farm in southeast Alaska.

State proceeding with demolitions for Knik bridge

The state transportation department has ordered the demolition of two homes properties, over the objection of community leaders.

Kotzebue gets state OK to open city-owned bar

Kotzebue gets state OK to open city-owned barThe Alcoholic Beverage Control Board on Tuesday approved a liquor license allowing Kotzebue to open a government-owned bar.

Herring return in significant numbers to Auke Bay

Herring return in significant numbers to Auke BayPacific herring are returning to Auke Bay to spawn in the most significant numbers seen in decades.

Man stabs Anchorage police dog during chase

Man stabs Anchorage police dog during chaseAn Anchorage police dog is expected to survive after he was stabbed by a suspect during a chase early Saturday.