Commercial fisherman Robert Thorstenson, Jr. is precisely the right person to bring a lawsuit against the governor and the State of Alaska, according to his lawyer during oral argument in Juneau Superior Court Tuesday.
ANCHORAGE - A wildfire threatening homes on both sides of it just south of Alaska's largest city was likely started by people, fire officials said Wednesday.
The cause is under investigation, and officials said the area is heavily used for recreation.
Officials from the Alaska Veterans Administration (VA) said their agency is taking over services previously performed by contractor TriWest Healthcare Alliance. Local veterans who attended a June 30 public meeting hosted by acting VA Director Dr.
Four people were brought safely to shore after their boat capsized Tuesday near the Kenai City Dock. The 18-foot low boat took on water after being hit with a wake, said Kenai Fire Battalion Chief Tony Prior.
Today is the last practice soon-to-be Kenai Central High School freshmen Candice Bowers and Nya Dukowitz have to perfect their pitch before heading to the Let Freedom Sing Girlchoir National Convention this weekend in Pennsylvania.
CLEVELAND — Cementing an extraordinary political takeover, Republicans nominated Donald Trump Tuesday night as their presidential standard-bearer, hitching their hopes of keeping Democrat Hillary Clinton out of the White House on an unorthodox candidate who has sown divisions within the party and ...