Qdoba fires 2 Alaska employees after Snapchat video
Screenshots of the video show an employee drinking from a beverage container in the kitchen then spitting back into it.
Yukon Quest 300 sled dog race shortened due to trail conditions
The Yukon Quest's 300 mile race has been shortened to roughly 200 miles this year due to a lack of snow.
1 man held, 1 badly hurt after assault near ANMC
Anchorage police have arrested a man after a Friday morning fight in a parking garage near the Alaska Native Medical Center, which left another man involved in worsening condition.
Why feeding ducks can do more harm than good
It's a popular pastime, but state biologists say feeding ducks at parks around Alaska can actually hurt them in the long run.
Juneau boy's fitness video sends him to Super Bowl
An 8-year-old Juneau boy's love of football and fitness means he will help kick off Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta next month.
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Easy as pulling a trigger: Anchorage DA spreads awareness about strangulation
Stopping the flow of blood from the brain down to the rest of the body requires three to 10 pounds of pressure. Opening a can of soda takes 20.
Colony basketball bounces back from losing gym to quake
Colony High's gym sustained major structural damage during the Nov. 30 earthquake. Basketball teams are now practicing at Teeland Middle School and all home games have been relocated.
Inside the Gates: 4/25 prepares airborne punch
A nighttime training drop helps hundreds of Anchorage-based paratroopers shift from patrolling in Afghanistan to fighting in Alaska's cold climate.
New satellites set to bring internet to more of rural Alaska by 2020
New venture may get more of Alaska online.
Civil Air Patrol volunteers ready disaster response via radio
Retired 2nd Lt. Pete Marsh says radio technology is critical in an emergency, like an earthquake, when other communications systems fail.
Appeal quake-damaged homes' tax values, city urges
The city says Anchorage homes that suffered serious earthquake damage may need adjusted tax values.
State chooses savings over flexibility for Alaska-class ferries
Routing changes involving the state’s new Alaska-class ferries will save nearly $40 million, officials said this week, in large part by not adding crew quarters and committing the vessels to shorter trips.
Nome Rep. Neal Foster named temporary House Speaker
The Nome Democrat will serve as temporary House Speaker until the 40 members can agree on a formal organization that establishes leaders and committees