Fleek-Green, Wilber, Shuttee to take over prominent roles in next mayor’s administration.
If you’ve run out of isolated wilderness to explore in Alaska, there’s good news: flights from Anchorage to Yakutsk start in July.
The move is a blow for legalization advocates in Anchorage, and leaves many regulatory questions unanswered.
The Sierra Club is claiming a victory for environmentalists opposed to Seward coal shipments.
The legislature’s lack of action on a budget is no small potatoes.
An Eagle River man started with a pile of junk, a roll of wire, and an obsession, and ten years later, ended up with art. The ball obstacle course is on display in downtown Anchorage.
109 members of the military gather at JBER for two days of unsanctioned fighting.
A Wasilla plan is helping homeless teens get off the street and into housing. Mat Su Youth Services, or My House, relies on initiative, trust and responsibility to spur teens to set goals for a solid future.
The original land patents for some of UAA’s land restrict its use “for school purposes only” and could impact the U-Med District Access Road.
A Wasilla man is dead after an accident in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. According to Park officials, 62-year-old Clark J. Baldwin was killed instantly when he backed into a spinning plane propeller.
The Kobuk’s old fashioned donuts were highlighted by Huffington Post as one of the best in the nation.
A dispute between two Sutton landowners highlights the challenges of zoning in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough.
The Spanish oil company Repsol has confirmed that two of their North Slope test wells could produce up to 2.4 million barrels of oil per year. The prospect is near the Colville Delta, north of Nuiqsut.
Looking for salad ingredients? Want a new type of tea? No need to head to the store, just look outside your door–even if you live in the middle of the city. Some Anchorage residents are urban gatherers.
Community members and cultural institutions pair up to throw Anchorage a surprise party.
An Idaho company is looking into the possibility of constructing an assisted living facility near Palmer.
The Anchorage School Board passed the first reading of a new suspension policy on Monday evening, but they plan to delve deeper into the issue later this summer.
This weekend, Alaska saw its first-ever job fair for careers in commercial cannabis, offering a glimpse of how the semi-legal marijuana industry is taking tentative steps towards professionalism and profits.
Adverse childhood experiences are long lasting, and efforts are underway to understand the link between childhood trauma and disease.
The Mat Su Borough was the first governmental entity to put a new state law into practice. But now, the Borough is taking a second look.