Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media
The measure seeks to regulate bathrooms, locker-rooms, and other intimate spaces on the basis of biological sex rather than gender identity. Listen now
Alaska is on course to be the first state in the country to allow customers to use cannabis inside regulated businesses. Listen now
Officials in Anchorage want to know if drug addiction is driving a rise in property crime. Listen now
Anchorage is scrambling to cover hefty financial loses at the Sullivan Arena that are only expected to get worse. Listen now
The former head of Alaska's railroad workers union has been sentenced to a year in jail for felony embezzlement. Listen now
Federal Trade Commission data show that last year, 3,031 complaints were filed in Alaska, about a third of them in Anchorage. The information was shared as part of a national push to show how minority and immigrant communities are targeted. Listen now
A photography exhibit takes a look at a world most of us hope to avoid -- the world of combat medics and search and rescue missions. Listen now
The news yesterday of a successful intercontinental ballistic missile test by North Korea has world leaders calling for restraint. It's a development that puts all of Alaska within range of an ICBM. But the response in Alaska was muted. Listen now
The number of syringes exchanged at one Anchorage non-profit doubled in just two years to almost half-a-million. This year they're on track to outpace that. Listen now
One side effect of the state's growing opioid and heroin problem is a massive increase diseases connected to drug injection, raising concerns about a potential tidal wave of healthcare costs facing Alaska. Listen now
On Tuesday night, the Anchorage Assembly approved a measure that gives immunity to sex workers who tell police when more serious crimes have occurred. Listen now
During its Tuesday meeting, the Anchorage Assembly approved a measure that gives immunity to sex workers who tell police when more serious crimes have occurred.
Officials are reaching out to developers and the business community for ideas on how to re-invent the troubled property. Listen now
The Alaska Zoo has dramatically transformed over the last five decades. The process of expanding a collection of rare animals isn't easy. None the less, there have been some acquisitions lately. The process of integrating new wildlife into the facility combines non-profit budgeting with the whims of mother nature. Listen now
The 15-acre property in question is the former site of the Alaska Native Hospital, which one Assembly member wants to see turned into an urban agriculture center. Listen now
A group of military officials, foreign dignitaries, and survivors gathered at the Fort Richardson National Ceremony to recall the bombing of Dutch Harbor and tragic aftermath.
The Washington state-to-Ketchikan competition will have close to 40 motorless watercraft. But the only team from the contest’s namesake destination has withdrawn.
Under the new deal, union members will forgo annual pay raises but see an increase in their monthly benefits contribution from the municipality through 2020.