Alaska's recession may be nearing its end — at least, that's what state economists are saying.
Troopers: 'Dangerous' man arrested after assault, kidnapping
Alaska State Troopers have arrested a Fairbanks man they say assaulted a man and kidnapped a woman at gunpoint in North Pole.
Murkowski: Stop holding federal workers hostage
Sen. Lisa Murkowski says the debate over a border wall isn't a good reason to continue the government shutdown.
APD investigating Arctic Boulevard shooting
The Anchorage Police Department is investigating an early morning Wednesday shooting that left one man in the hospital.
4.7 earthquake registered near Kasilof not an aftershock
It occurred outside of the aftershock zone of the Nov. 30 earthquake.
Tudor overpass opened but more repairs to come
The Seward Highway is now open northbound at the Tudor Road overpass, after the bridge was damaged by a dump truck collision the morning of Jan. 3.
Fishing restrictions announced for Cook Inlet area
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is restricting sport, commercial and subsistence king salmon fishing in Northern Cook Inlet for the 2019 season, according to a release from the department Monday.
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Senate bill targets 'Schneider loophole'
A fall assault case that cost a judge his job and left a 34-year-old man free from jail time is driving Sen. Peter Micciche's bill to change sexual offense punishments.