Almandinger detailed Grunwald murder to troopers in interview
On December 2, 2016, the same day Grunwald’s body was found, Almandinger told troopers it was Austin Barrett who pulled the trigger.
JBER battalion commander charged in $400K fraud scheme
The head of an Army unit stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson is charged with claiming nearly half a million dollars in fraudulent insurance claims spanning during more than three years.
2 nabbed after fleeing officers in stolen car, APD says
Two vehicle theft suspects were arrested Wednesday night after they attempted to flee officers in Fairview, according to Anchorage Police.
Alaska teen fined $3,000 for intentionally running down deer
A Petersburg teenager who intentionally ran down two deer with a pickup has pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts.
Just because school's out doesn't mean local kids will go hungry
"The program gives a lot of kids something to eat and to look forward to during the summer." Children's Lunchbox delivers food to a dozen locations throughout the summer so local kids have something to eat while school is out.
This year's allergy season not as bad as previous year
Keeping your windows closed at night and refraining from early morning outdoor activities are a couple ways to reduce allergies during high pollen season.
Kenai inmate, 57, dies in DOC custody
A 57-year-old inmate died Wednesday while in custody of the Department of Corrections.
Low Copper River sockeye returns leave state mulling closures
Initially poor runs of sockeye salmon on the Copper River have prompted the state to cancel at least one window for commercial fishing from the river, with future opportunities being reassessed based on tracking data.
Pizzeria chain offers job to 30-year-old New York man evicted by parents
A jobless New York man has until June 1 to move out of his parents' upstate New York home. Luck may be coming his way.
New digest lays out former Alaska cargo ship’s 2015 sinking
A new federal report provides a graphical overview of how a cargo ship which once sailed to Anchorage sank during an Atlantic Ocean hurricane in 2015, killing all 33 crew members.
UPS jet strikes runway light during Anchorage takeoff
A UPS cargo jet struck a light at the end of a Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport runway earlier this week, forcing the aircraft to land again for repairs.
Troopers: 6-year-old struck by drunk driver
A 6-year-old child is recovering from injuries suffered after being struck by a drunk driver riding a 4-wheeler, authorities say.
Human leg found in Gastineau Channel remains unidentified
Authorities say they have not been able to identify the origins of a human leg that was found last year in the Gastineau Channel.
Toddler shooting victim isn't eating, father says
"I didn't know what to do. As the dad my kids always look to me to help them. I felt helpless." Father recounts the moments after he discovered his two year old toddler was hit by a stray bullet.