The Juneau Police Department is struggling to fill nine vacant officer positions, including five airport security slots.
Brock McCourt got lucky when it came to finding a job after being locked up on felony drug, weapon and burglary convictions.
Bill package supports military families Sen. Bill Wielechowski, D-Anchorage, introduced the final piece in a package of legislation Friday aimed at helping military families in Alaska.
PORTLAND, Ore. - Four national Native American organizations on Monday asked the U.S. Department of Justice to launch an investigation into the treatment of American Indian and Alaska Native children in the private adoption and public...
ANCHORAGE - ConocoPhillips Alaska announced Wednesday it will not drill in Arctic waters off Alaska's northwest shore in 2014.
JUNEAU - Fighting "federal overreach" was one of the early themes of this year's legislative session, with lawmakers passing a handful of measures aimed at addressing conflicts between the state and federal governments.
RALEIGH, N.C. - Sgt. 1st Class Naida Hosan is not a Muslim - she's a Catholic. But her name sounded Islamic to fellow U.S. soldiers in Iraq, and they would taunt her, calling her "Sgt. Hussein" and asking what God she prayed to.
ANCHORAGE - A young miniature horse in sneakers is helping a 4-year-old special needs child at an Anchorage public elementary school. Zoe, a black mare, is a service animal for preschooler Zaiden Beattie at Russian Jack Elementary School.
A government agency goes after enemies of the president's policies. Covert operations kill civilians abroad. Phone records are seized and reporters' privacy at home and at work is invaded.
A federal court has refused to block Alaska's challenged redistricting process, but a top federal judge has said he'll take a personal role in the case. Alaska U.S.
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