Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media
A week and a half after ballots were cast, outstanding votes in Anchorage's municipal election have all been counted. Download Audio
Both Minor Consuming Alcohol laws and criminal background checks for commercial cannabis applications subject to change under bill. Download Audio
Results on Girdwood police, school bond, and race for school board seat are all liable to change in days ahead.
Though money is set aside for controversial building purchase, the Senate's version of the capital budget is more notable for what's left out. Download Audio
As permit applications trickle down from the state, local community groups are meeting prospective cannabis businesses seeking to open shop nearby. Download Audio
Upsets over financing for school capital projects and a tax-cap calculation will leave Administration with budget challenges, though more liberal-leaning Assembly. Download Audio
Four nominees to replace an outgoing state Supreme Court justice have been submitted to Governor Bill Walker for review. Walker now has about six weeks to name replacement on the bench. Download Audio
On top of Assembly and School Board seats, Anchorage has several controversial bonds and tax measures on the municipal ballot.
With all 40 state districts reporting, Sanders has 81 percent of the vote, tentatively securing the bulk of Alaska’s 20 delegates to the national convention. Download Audio
By 9:30 a.m. the parking-lot at Anchorage's West High school was overflowing onto side-streets, with cheerful lines of Democratic caucus-goers formed outside of multiple entrances. Inside, dense crowds formed at district tables.
Democratic Party top contenders reach out to supporters in Alaska ahead of Saturday's caucus. Download Audio
The Mayor's Office in Anchorage is reporting a $14 million surplus after revising its first-quarter budget. Download Audio
The court's decision voids the contract for renting the Legislative Information Office building, but doesn't spell out what's next. Download Audio
The preliminary budget passed totals $768,401726, a decline of $4,935,000 from what was approved last year.
A new report on policing in Anchorage says the city needs dramatically more officers to meet its public safety goals. Download Audio
As Dallas Seavey was jogging into Nome, his main rival for much of the race, Eureka musher Brent Sass, hadn’t left White Mountain. After barreling down the trail at the front of the pack, Sass’s dogs had had enough.