The Ketchikan School Board Wednesday night approved required background checks for volunteer chaperones on overnight school-sponsored trips.
A proposed Juneau ordinance would make it easier to recover stolen goods, but some store owners say it's too broad and could cripple their business.
Federal agents destroyed over 50 pounds of an explosive in Petersburg’s rock pit behind the community’s airport Wednesday afternoon.
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.
Lt. Kris Sell hopes witnesses who haven’t yet talked to the police will come forward.
Alaska State Troopers have launched a public awareness campaign against aggressive driving.
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.
A woman observed driving erratically between Palmer and Wasilla has been cited for taking selfies while driving.
A Michigan man charged with threatening a Juneau black woman has been sentenced to up to a year in prison
Another telephone scam hit the capital city Wednesday