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Wilson Sentenced to 30 Years in 2009 Murder

An Anchorage woman will spend 30 years in prison for killing a man after a 2009 argument. Judge Michael Wolverton sentenced Sherrie Wilson on a second-degree murder charge Tuesday to 50 years with 20 of those years suspended, plus 10 years of probation. Full story

Former Tempura Inn Owner Sentenced for Tax Fraud

A former Anchorage restaurant owner convicted of tax fraud will pay at least $185,000 in fines and restitution. According to U.S. Attorney Karen Loeffler’s office, Kisun Hamilton skimmed about $1.5 million from the Tempura Inn restaurant in the Dimond Center mall. Full story

City Clean-up Week Kicks Off Saturday

Every spring the snow melts, uncovering a winter's worth of trash. But every year, the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce dedicates one week to picking up the trash during the city wide clean-up. The annual clean-up kicks off Saturday.The goal- to give Anchorage a summer makeover. Full story

Man Sentenced For Molesting Girl Over 3 Years

An Anchorage man has been sentenced for repeatedly molesting a teenage girl over a three-year period. Full story

Law Clerk Sentenced to 4 Years on Child Porn, Taping Charges

Daniel Eisman may not have had it all, but for a time he had a lot: a wife, an infant son, a clerkship with a federal judge in Anchorage and a close circle of friends. Full story

Woman Indicted in Roommate's Murder

A grand jury has indicted a 66-year-old Anchorage woman accused of killing her roommate after the other woman refused to help her to the bathroom. Full story

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Man Shot in Face in Anchorage

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"Graffiti Busters" Recruits New Volunteers

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  Hot-sauce reprimand: Child abuse or tough love

The wife of an Anchorage police officer has been charged with child abuse after being taped making her young son swallow hot sauce as punishment for misbehaving. This has started a debate over what is appropriate discipline.

  Retiree turns wagon into wheels

Fred Keller, of Anchorage, Alaska, spent nearly a year of his retirement turning an old pickup truck into a giant red wagon for a life-sized dose of nostalgia. TODAY’s Amy Robach takes a look.

  Murkowski seeks escape from lame duck fate

After losing the Republican primary to Tea Party candidate Joe Miller, Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski has decided to run as a write-in candidate--something her own party doesn't seem too happy about. NBC's Lee Cowan reports from Anchorage.

  Survivors: Plane seemed fine

After several days of an intense investigation into the plane crash in Alaska  that killed former U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens and four others, the National Transportation Safety Board says two of the four survivors told officials nothing seemed wrong with the plane. NBC’s Michelle Kosinski reports from An

  Officials: Gay pride float fire suspicious

Fire investigators in Anchorage say a fire that destroyed a garage and float that was to be part of a gay pride parade is suspicious. KTUU’s Ashton Goodell reports.

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  Time to mush!

View images from the 2011 Iditarod Sled Dog race, from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska.

A moose rummages through a trash bag in downtown Anchorage, Alaska
A moose rummages through a trash bag in downtown Anchorage, Alaska

A moose rummages through a trash bag in downtown Anchorage, Alaska, on Friday, March 25, 2011, while an unidentified man looks on.

James Jordan, right, and other men model their high heel shoes before marching against sexual violence against women Friday, April 8, 2011, in Anchorage, Alaska. A few dozen men participated in the march through a lengthy corridor at the University of Alaska Anchorage. (AP Photo/Rachel D'Oro)