State flags around Alaska have been ordered lowered on Wednesday for former Representative Niilo Koponen who died on December 3rd at the ...
20-year-old Robin Gattis, admitted drug dealer, confessed drug conspiracy ringleader, and son of Wasilla's Representative Lynn Gattis, was sentenced to 16 ...
A Ketchikan man was arraigned on a charge of assault on a Federal officer in Juneau on Monday according to a statement by U.S. Attorney Karen Loeffler on Tuesday. ... Full story
Alaska's Governor and the state's First Lady announced the date for the Governor’s Annual Christmas and Holiday Open House at the Governor’s mansion on Monday. This year, it will be held on Tuesday, December 10th, from 3 pm until 6 pm. ... Full story
Fairbanks Fire Department Firefighters caught a woman falling from an eighth floor window at an apartment building on Fairbanks fourth avenue on Monday morning. ... Full story
(Anchorage) – Drivers, look out! Accumulating snows are pushing moose down from high-country haunts into lowland areas and – in some cases – right into oncoming traffic. Hundreds of moose are struck and killed by motorists each year on Southcentral Alaska roadways, with most road kills occurring during the dark, snowy months of December, January and February. ... Full story
A call went in to Alaska State Troopers reporting a suspicious vehicle near Quiet Circle in Wasilla early Friday morning at 3:14 am. The call would net troopers six arrests. ... Full story
At least two of Alaska's insurers have decided to continue existing health insurance plans for insured Alaskans after President Obama stated that insurers could do so for another year if allowed by individual states. Premera Alaska has continued plans for at least 5,200 Alaskans and Moda Health has similar plans. ... Full story