Watch Rebecca File and Annie Bartholomew of Fairbanks’ experimental psych-folk band Harm perform in this Red Carpet Concert.
The first day of the 49th annual Alaska Federation of Natives convention in Anchorage featured hundreds of attendees yelling their support for four men who say they have wronged by the justice system.
Two Alaska State Troopers hired in September 2013 to reinvestigate the 1997 John Hartman murder case testified in state court in Fairbanks on Monday.
A program in Anchorage is trying a new tactic to help the chronically homeless: Meeting them where they’re at. Literally.
Budget cuts mean reduced maintenance. The downsized operation is expected to be tested this winter.
Tenants have already started moving into the 18-unit Susitna Square in East Anchorage.
Alaska State Troopers and Fairbanks Police exchanged fire with two men following a vehicle chase on the city’s south side this Wednesday morning. A driver was killed and a passenger injured.
Removal of the industrial solvent sulfolane is costing the refinery a lot of money, and opinions differ on how clean groundwater should be.
The attorney general takes issue with agreement provisions, including one that calls for the sale of LNG from the plant at a fixed price
Agents say there is no evidence of abuse during the time Michael Bowen Jr. allegedly kept the girls locked in the truck.