Chris Klint, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage
Fairbanks wilderness guide killed in floatplane crash
Jerald Stansel was the plane's pilot and sole occupant.
Man hit and killed by pickup while walking across Glenn Highway
The man was crossing the highway near Boniface Parkway Wednesday night in Northeast Anchorage.
Alaska law enforcement seizes almost 2.5 million doses of fentanyl this summer
Investigators also seized roughly 50 pounds each of heroin and methamphetamine, plus about 30 pounds of cocaine.
Man charged with killing girlfriend in East Anchorage outdoor death
William Gonzalez III, 26, is charged with second-degree murder in the woman’s Sept. 22 death off Muldoon Road.
Biden waives Alaska’s costs for initial Merbok disaster relief
President Biden revised the federal disaster declaration for Alaska on Thursday, increasing the federal payment to 100 percent of the total eligible costs for the first 30 days.
Selawik man charged with killing pregnant girlfriend
Floyd Stoney, 23, is charged with second-degree murder and manslaughter of an unborn child in the killing of 18-year-old Kierra Foxglove.
‘These are things that I grew up with’: Retired trooper to review Alaska’s cases of missing and murdered Indigenous people
Lonny Piscoya is Inupiaq and grew up in Nome.
Anchorage woman, 2 dogs killed in floatplane crash near Skwentna
Word of the crash on Whiskey Lake which killed 67-year-old Janell Rude reached troopers just before 4 p.m. Sunday.
Biden approves federal disaster declaration for Western Alaska storm
President Biden's approval of Gov. Mike Dunleavy's request comes just two days after it was made.
Weather service says storm is near Point Hope but will continue to weaken
A meteorologist says the worst of the flooding is over.
Woman charged with bear-spraying 3, stabbing 2 in Fairview
Both of the stabbing victims were taken to a local hospital and are expected to survive, police said.
Mother charged with murdering 2-year-old son in Anchorage DUI crash
Cheyenne Jewel McMullen has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder, plus one count each of manslaughter and DUI.
Mary Peltola makes history as first Alaska Native sworn into Congress
Peltola is also the first woman to serve in Alaska’s sole U.S. House seat.
Legendary Alaska musher Lance Mackey dies at age 52
The four-time Iditarod victor's kennel said he died Wednesday night after a long battle with cancer, following his re-diagnosis last year.
Michigan man wounded in bear mauling north of Glennallen
Alaska State Troopers say 33-year-old Nicholas Kuperus was able to stop the attack using bear spray.
Anchorage police arrest man who they say shot at cars on the Glenn Highway
A passenger in one car had injuries that were not life-threatening. A police car was also hit.
Palin, Begich both stay in general-election House race after special-election loss
Both Sarah Palin and Nick Begich III refused each other's calls to bow out of the general U.S. House election before Monday's withdrawal deadline.
Officers shoot and kill Wasilla man during standoff
Troopers said Jimmie Janeway, 63, "answered the door with a gun to his head and stated he would not go to jail" Friday.
Kake man dies after driving into local lake
Troopers were informed at about 4:30 a.m. Aug. 27 of the incident in which 29-year-old Manuel Bell died, according to an online dispatch.
Alaska State Troopers mark diversity milestone with first Black director
Col. Maurice "Mo" Hughes, named Wednesday as troopers' newest head, is the first African-American to serve above the rank of captain within AST.