As news of the closing rippled far beyond the deli’s home turf in Manhattan Friday, hundreds of people responded with sadness and disbelief.
The head of the state’s Supreme Court loses his judicial ethics case and is ordered to pay the costs of the proceedings against him.
The new system joins a continuous glucose monitor with an insulin pump, which work together to keep blood sugar from going too high or too low. That will make it safer to sleep through the night.
Wednesday night’s aurora borealis forecast was particularly strong, so Icelandic officials tried to reduce light pollution so the green glow would be more visible to people in the capital.
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A growing consumer demand for Alaska cruises has put the state back in the million-passenger club as it rebounds after a leaner stretch. And next year is expected to be even better with larger capacity ships added to the Far North lineup.
Federal researchers are surveying the seafloor in Uganik Bay and west of the Kodiak Archipelago as part of an effort to update navigational information used by mariners that is 100 years old.
A routine court records check has found that a candidate for Haines Borough Assembly has a record of domestic violence charges. Ryan Cook is currently the subject of a long-term domestic violence protective order that was issued in November of 2015.
Gov. Bill Walker’s administration plans to sell up to $3.2 billion in what are known as pension obligation bonds.
A Haines man has been charged with two class C felonies connected to recent break-ins at the Haines Public Library. William Dale Whittington is charged with two counts of burglary in the second degree.
One offense happened Sept. 5 and the other on Sept. 16.
An Anchorage woman shot during an attempted robbery died Wednesday. Anchorage police on Wednesday arrested a third suspect in the case and are seeking a fourth.
Residents in the Southwest Alaska village of Chevak were placed on lockdown Wednesday morning after false reports said an intoxicated man was walking around with a gun. Tribal law enforcement officials say the reports were untrue.
A Fairbanks restaurant worker suspected of firing shots from the roof of the business has been charged with possessing a firearm as a felon. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports Damien Harris, 28, was arrested after police found 25 shell casings on the roof of the Food Factory.