Mark Thiessen - The Associated Press
Alaska Wildlife Troopers in a boat spotted the deer on Oct. 10, then gave them a ride to land recorded on video.
Pilot error and training issues were factors in Alaska crash that killed Czech billionaire, report says
The report from the National Transportation Safety Board says the pilot failed to adequately respond to whiteout conditions.
With the first snow just weeks away, the city is scrambling to pull together housing options for more than 3,000 unsheltered residents.
Water hookups come to Alaska Yup’ik village, and residents are thrilled to ditch their honey buckets
Most of Akiachak’s nearly 700 people began getting modern plumbing for the first time this spring and summer — and finding their lives transformed.
“I feel really good about the decision we made,” said Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan.
Tuesday's preliminary report contained no indication of what caused the helicopter to crash into a lake in clear conditions on July 20.
Anchorage homeless face cold and bears. A plan to offer one-way airfare out reveals a bigger crisis.
Mayor Dave Bronson's airfare proposal caps a turbulent few years as Anchorage, like many cities in the U.S. West, struggles to deal with a burgeoning homeless population.
Ronald Daanen, 51; Justin Germann, 27; Tori Moore, 26; and pilot Bernard “Tony” Higdon, 48, all died in last week's crash during a scientific mission.
Thanks to a cool, wet summer, wildfires so far this year have burned just 1½ times the size of New York’s Central Park.
As Arctic sea ice relents under global warming, more tourists are venturing to Nome — but there’s no place to park large cruise ships.
The unnamed Salt Lake City man's lawsuit alleges violations of civil rights laws, the state and U.S. constitutions and the Alaska Human Rights Act.
Around 13% of Alaskans received Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits in July, before the troubles began.
There’s “never a dull moment here at the hospital," said director of security Randy Hughes.
The Alaska Air National Guard this week traveled nearly 660 miles to rescue a pregnant woman on a small island 2 miles from Russia.
The 16 men were honored with Alaska Heroism Medals, recognizing their rescue of crew from a plane shot down by Soviet fighters 67 years ago.
Officials say the polar bear killed a mother and her 1-year-old boy as she walked about 150 yards from the local school to health clinic in Wales.
Santa and Mrs. Claus left Rudolph at home to catch a ride recently on an Alaska Air National Guard cargo plane to visit the Inupiat village of Nuiqsut.
“These individuals were in fear, so much in fear of their own government that they risked their lives and took a 15-foot skiff across those open waters,” Sen. Lisa Murkowski said.
The allegations date back to when Ed Sniffen was 27 and served as the coach of a then 17-year-old girl’s mock trial competition team at an Anchorage high school.
Anchorage entrepreneur Austin “Cap” Lathrop opened the 4th Avenue Theatre, with nearly 1,000 seats, on May 31, 1947, with a showing of “The Jolson Story.”