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The holidays are here, and that means it's time for classic holiday theatre fare, including a production of A Christmas Story by Valley Performing Arts (VPA). This week on Stage Talk we chat with...

This Thursday and Friday -- Nov 27 & 28 -- KSKA's schedule will be a little unusual. Some programs are taking the days off, so we're making substitutions. Here's what Turkey Day and Black...

This month Sandy and Dick sit down with local author Rae Arno for a chat about her new book -- Anchorage Place Names: The Who and Why of Streets, Parks and Places -- all...

When state Senator Lyda Green announced she would not run for another term, Republican challenger Linda Menard won the Republican candidacy for Senate District G by default. Now the outcome of the race for...

In Anchorage's Senate District K, the Democrat incumbent, Bettye Davis, finds herself fending off a determined campaign by Republican Dave Harbour. Len Anderson, KSKA - Anchorage Download Audio (MP3)

Slate's video team recently stopped by the New York City offices of National Public Radio and took a little (humorous) tour through the "cubez" with NPR reporter Mike Pesca. NPR is based in...

The State House race for District 29 has taken a legal turn as the Republican party protested the right of the Democrat candidate to run. Download Audio (MP3)

The municipality of Anchorage is a "Tree City, USA" designee, and now the city has started a 3-year program to assess the health and safety of all its publicly-owned trees. Ellen Lockyer speaks with...

Alaska parents whose first language is Spanish and whose English skills are limited now have a new tool to help prepare their young children get ready for school. Actually, three new tools. Best Beginnings -...

KSKA continues its primary race profiles by looking at the District 32 House race. In Anchorage's southernmost district, a three-term Republican incumbent is battling a primary challenger. Len Anderson, KSKA - Anchorage Download Audio

Thanks to everyone that tuned in for our Alaska Primary edition of RUNNING on Wednesday night. For those that missed the broadcast or would like to listen to any of the candidates again, we're...

It's been a cool, wet, cloudy summer, and the National Weather Service is threatening us with 10 years or more of the same. So when the temperatures tick over 60 and it's not raining...

District 16 incumbent Bill Stoltze has two challengers nipping at his heels in this year's Republican primary race. J.D. Hatley and Kent Hermon are Matanuska Valley Republican candidates who voice dissatisfaction with the Mat...

This afternoon be sure to tune in to All Things Considered (4pm-6pm) to hear a national take on the pressures building upon Senator Ted Stevens and Representative Don Young as they fight corruption allegations...

We recently had our second annual membership appreciation picnic (July 30) and posted some of our snapshots on Flickr. Now we've more than doubled our photo collection with amazing moments captured by Anchorage-based professional...

The US Army Corps of Engineers is asking the public’s help in putting together a plan to determine if a cleanup of the former Susitna Gunnery Range will be necessary. Ellen Lockyer, KSKA -...

Now, more than ever, high energy costs are slamming Alaskans in the pocketbook and cold winter months are looming. To help disseminate more information about energy savings and alternative energy sources, Alaska's only renewable...

We're experiencing signal difficulties this afternoon in our live feed of All Things Considered (ATC) from National Public Radio (NPR). Upon investigation, it appears to be a problem originating from the NPR signal generated...

Employment tallies for Anchorage this year show the increase of new jobs in retail below predictions. But that sluggish trend could end as a national retailer begins hiring in earnest this week for an...

This week Dr. Woodard discusses Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and the physical, mental, behavioral, and learning disabilities they visit upon the children and families hit by this preventable disease....