Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media
Mushers are expressing frustration over two controversial rule changes to the Iditarod made during a board meeting today.
With the first batch of commercial cannabis officially certified, business in Valdez is on track to become the state's first legal retailer. Listen Now
As election day approaches, we're checking in with voters around the state -- asking what matters most to them and who they're supporting. Tonight, we hear from 19-year-old Darrian Traw, a college student in Anchorage who literally wears her politics. Listen Now
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter released a statement Wednesday halting the Pentagon's collection of bonuses wrongfully paid to national guard members. Listen Now
The GOP alleges Miller is misusing campaign dollars to inflate his real level of support. Listen Now
The Alaska Federation of Natives opened it's 50th annual convention with a healing ceremony this morning in Fairbanks. Listen Now
Tonight we hear from Julie Tisdale of Anchorage. Tisdale is 47, an accountant and a lifelong Alaskan -- and she's an enthusiastic supporter of Donald Trump. She sat down with Alaska Public Media's Zachariah Hughes to talk about faith, politics, and The Apprentice.Listen Now
For the first time, the Alaska Federation of Natives has endorsed a candidate for president — Hillary Clinton. Listen Now
For rural communities there's still no way to bring pot products to market. But will breaking federal laws even matter?
The increases are connected with capital costs for a new generating plant, according to administration officials.
The Anchorage Assembly gave unanimous approval a retail cannabis business, the first time a one has met both state and local requirements in Alaska’s largest city. Listen Now
South Anchorage assembly member is pushing to nearly double the number of cabs over the next five years before removing a fixed cap all together. Listen Now
Officials are preparing for a $35 million budget gap caused by a drop in state support and growing expenses for the city's work force. Listen Now
A standoff between a SWAT team and 69 year old veteran Robert Musser ended with Musser's death early Friday morning after 42 hours.