Alaska women are more likely to be murdered by their spouse or boyfriend than in any other U.S. state.
Alaska-based service members are losing hundreds of dollars to lower allowances. The Living Pattern Survey is a chance to weigh in with the Pentagon.
Iohani Wilhem Dean, 21, was indicted Wednesday on new charges in the death of his girlfriend's unborn child after an April assault.
Advocates say that until 2018, no one institution had put together a statewide list of cases involving missing and murdered Indigenous persons.
Police say an officer fired on Ryan A. Hunt, who was wanted on a felony warrant, before he jumped from a second-story window Wednesday.
Derek Heller was never found after the Nov. 20 slide that killed four other members of his family and 65-year-old Otto Florschutz.
Joseph Emerson faces 84 counts of endangering the Horizon Air jet and those aboard, after jurors didn't indict him on attempted-murder charges.
Anchorage voters approved a $1.6 million tax levy more than two years ago to buy and equip city police officers with body cameras.
Domestic violence advocates are scrambling to adequately fund the groups that keep one of the state’s most vulnerable populations safe.
Sen. Tommy Tuberville, R-Ala., still has holds on four-star generals' promotions over a Pentagon policy covering travel for abortion care.
Alaska Police Standards Council turns down plan to lower hiring age of corrections officers — for now
The Department of Corrections floated the proposal as a tool to combat its staff shortage, decreased applicant pool and high vacancy rate.
Dominic Johnson, serving 99 years for David Grunwald's death, is among 11 inmates and two visitors indicted on charges of promoting contraband.
People stuck on the far side of the fatal Nov. 20 slide described a night of confusion and an improvised evacuation.
Eielson Air Force Base officials say the 98 blocks of explosive were likely meant for use building the Alaska Highway, some 80 years ago.
Troopers say the moose's guts and hide were found near Soldotna in early October. Its Alaska Department of Fish & Game radio collar had been cut off.
Two people remain missing after the deadly Nov. 20 slide. State officials are taking applications for assistance from people affected by the disaster.
Prosecutors say DNA links an Oregon man to the killing of 16-year-old Shelley Connolly. The defense says it also points to other suspects.
Scientists say climate change increases precipitation and extreme rainfall, adding to risks, and that more knowledge is needed for public safety.
Students are switching to remote learning after the city building partially collapsed onto the Diomede School Sunday morning.
Advocates for domestic violence victims are seeking solutions as federal money goes to small Tribes with limited access to law enforcement.
Dozens of homes still lack power, internet and road access.
The Challenger Learning Center of Alaska is training aviators at a Kenai pool on how to escape a helicopter crash in the state's frigid waters.
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