Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media
The cold weather descending on much of the state is having an impact on social services. A soup kitchen in Anchorage is staying open around the clock to provide shelter from dangerously frigid temperatures. Listen now
With the state in a recession, many are searching for economic signs of what's in store for 2017. Listen now
A week after a mass shooting at the Fort Lauderdale airport, questions remain about why an Anchorage man with multiple domestic violence incidents and a documented mental breakdown was allowed to transport a handgun across the country. Listen now
Officials in Anchorage held a press conference on Saturday regarding what's known about Esteban Santiago, the alleged shooter in yesterday's attack at the Fort Lauderdale airport.
The Municipality of Anchorage has reached an agreement with a local native corporation in a deal that will avoid years of costly litigation for both sides. Listen now
A new survey is the first step in drafting a Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy based on where residents and businesses see Anchorage developing over the next five years. Listen now
Anchorage Assembly member Amy Demboski is no stranger to controversy, but is alarmed by the surge of messages directed at her. Listen Now
Information came to the newsroom that a man with a gun in a Santa hat could be approaching. Shortly afterwards, he entered the building.
As the year comes to a close, Anchorage officials are taking stock of the city's problems with homelessness. Several assertive measures to connect people with housing and social services are succeeding, but the coordinated effort is showcasing just how much work is left to do. Listen Now
In a departure from big wish lists of the past, Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz's legislative request has only one capital budget project, coupled with a number of law changes designed to give local governments more financial flexibility. Listen Now
Cynthia Franklin took over the Alcoholic Beverages Control Board in 2014, which evolved into the Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office after voters approved Ballot Measure 2, legalizing commercial cannabis. Listen Now
An online controversy spread to the halls of city government in Anchorage on Tuesday, with accusations flying about fake news, liberal media bias, and a militant Islamic training camp in Wasilla that does not exist.
During it's meeting this Tuesday, the Assembly will vote on a measure that aims to eliminate the fixed number of cabs operating in the city, which would happen in a phased approach over the next few years. Listen Now
After store openings in Fairbanks, Juneau and Valdez, Anchorage is still weeks away from having an open retailer.
The Anchorage Police Department is moving closer to a years-long goal of boosting the size of the force. On Thursday, 26 new officers will graduate from the department's second police academy of the year. And in a few weeks, 31 additional officers will enter a third academy. Listen Now