Results of the new Alaska Measures of Progress standardization tests were made public Monday. And some school districts are not pleased with the results, nor with the testing itself.
The Anchorage Assembly passed a measure giving law enforcement more options combating the synthetic drug spice, as well as updating the municipal fine schedule and modifying the penalty for texting while driving.
Woody, the headline attraction at the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward, is dead. Center officials say the 22-year-old male sea lion was euthanized Monday due to age-related complications.
Results of the new Alaska Measures of Progress standardization tests were made public Monday in Anchorage.
The Anchorage Assembly meets Tuesday evening to weigh in on a wide range of issues, tentatively casting votes on everything from speeding tickets to Spice.
State agriculture director Franci Havermeister has been given notice that her job is on the line. In a press release Friday, Governor Bill Walker said that he is looking for new agricultural leadership, and the Havermeister will stay until early December 4, while the state looks for a replacement.
No solution in sight for Knik postal service woes.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation wrapped up a two-day assessment of how to respond to a nuclear bomb discovered at the Port of Anchorage.
The number of people living with Alzheimer's in Alaska will increase by 70 percent in the next decade and will require extra services. For people living with the disease now, it's not necessarily the memory loss that defines aging.
Monday morning's commute was a slippery one for Anchorage roads and Glenn Highway motorists.
An exhibit at the Anchorage Museum is showcasing wild works made with exceptionally radical methods.
The Anchorage School District will not renew Superintendent Ed Graff's contract and will begin the search for his replacement immediately.
A bit of Anchorage history is unveiled with a new headstone honoring an old time city fire department chief.
Pac Rim issues a release stating its intention to appeal a water permit issued to a citizens group.
With calls for help and emergency transports staying frustratingly high, the drug is exacting a toll not just on users, but paramedics and firefighters, as well.
A mother and daughter both experienced sexual abuse and turned to substances for support, but now they're turning to each other and speaking up to stop the cycle.
Florian Schulz's ambitious shots of polar bears and bowhead whales lend arresting aesthetics to a message of conservation.
"We're not controlling what's happening here."
REI Alaska has plans to beat other, larger, companies to the punch when it comes to shipping LNG from Alaska to Japan.
The Affordable Care Act was supposed to make health insurance accessible to all Americans. But in Alaska, the high cost of premiums on the individual market has some residents thinking about dropping their coverage.