57-year-old Fairbanks gun dealer, Eric Donald Grabber, was sentenced in federal court by Chief District Judge Ralph R. Beistline for December 2012 murder-for-hire plot to be carried out in Indiana.
The Japanese soldier, Hiroo Onada, who hid out in the jungle for 30 years after the end of World War II, died in Japan at the age of 91 on Friday.
Togiak Man Sentenced on Federal Charges of Wasting Walrus, Tusk Transportation and Firearms Violations
Jessie Anariak, age 50, was sentenced for his part in the illegal taking of Walrus on Round Island in May of 2011 in the United States District Court in Anchorage, it was announced by the U.S. Attorney's Office on Tuesday.
A 450-mile bus trip by two Kenai Peninsula schools, a trip that peninsula students see perhaps once during their time in high school, met with disaster before they could reach their destination in Valdez on Friday.
Target on Friday announced updates on its continuing investigation into the recent data breach and its expected fourth quarter financial performance, raising the estimate of affected customers from 40 million to 70-110 million.
The U.S. Military lost two helicopters in deadly crashes in the last 24 hours. One crash that occurred in Great Britain on Tuesday and one off the coast of Virginia on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, Lori "Sue" Clum (formerly Johnson) was sentenced by United States District Court Judge Sharon Gleason to 18 months in prison for Misapplication of Tribal Funds.
Saying that the proposed initiative to ban commercial gillnets and set nets from non-subsistence areas proposed by the Alaska Fisheries Conservation Alliance goes against the state's constitution barring appropriation of a state asset, Lt Governor Mead Treadwell rejected the initiative on Monday.
In a vote of 60-37, the Senate narrowly passed a temporary extension of jobless benefits allowing the bill to clear the first hurdle towards a final vote in the Senate.