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It was pretty much Mayor Dan Sullivan's night as the Anchorage Assembly sorted through first quart revisions to the 2011 municipal budget. That trend became increasingly apparent as for the most part, the new...

Photo courtesy of Daniel Schindler. Before the University of Alaska existed, researchers from the University of Washington School of Aquatics and Fisheries Science began collecting data on Bristol Bay salmon. Today over 50 percent of...

kska.org and websites nationwide were shutdown last week when Amazon web servers encountered technical difficulties. Our outstanding IT team had to make a few adjustments, but today we're officially back on the web. Thank you...

Tuesday, April 26 at 2pm and 7pm Teenagers in Alaska are more at risk of dying by suicide than kids in any other state. Understanding this statistic and the efforts to fight the...

Here’s the music playlist from the Sunday April 24, 2011 edition of Algo Nuevo con Dave Luera — Something New with Dave ...

Here’s the music playlist from the April 24, 2011 edition of Something Different with Betsy. All...

Here’s the music playlist from the April 23, 2011 edition of Soul to Soul with Marvel and Sherry Johnson. All tracks ...

Here’s the music playlist from the April 23, 2011 edition of Night Music with Kirk Waldhaus.  All tracks played are...

Four Anchorage School District employees have been fired and one charged with stealing money from her school. The district made the announcement Thursday morning. Flanked by two Anchorage police detectives from the financial...

The Alaska Grown program is working to promote local produce and other farm products in a bid to strengthen the state’s fragile agricultural economy.  A variety of produce is available...

Ellen Lockyer, KSKA – Anchorage The state’s Redistricting Board is taking public comment this week on its two options for an Alaska redistricting map.  The first in a series of...

Nootka lupines, Ninilchik, Alaska. Source: flickr photostream jimsawthat Our three part series of gardening talks from the Alaska Botanical Garden conference concludes this week on Addressing Alaskans with two separate presentations. In the...

Here’s the music playlist from the Sunday April 17, 2011 edition of Algo Nuevo con Dave Luera — Something New with Dave ...

It's an increasingly uncommon situation: divisive topics coupled with thoughtful discussion marked by mutual respect. But that's precisely the goal of a nationally recognized partnership between the University of Alaska Anchorage and...

Photos and Story by Len Anderson, KSKA – Anchorage Today Anchorage’s Election Commission is counting the previously untallied ballots from the April 5th municipal election. At the public canvass meeting...

Today Anchorage’s Election Commission is counting the previously untallied ballots from the April 5th municipal election. At the public canvass meeting (right photo) before the count began, commission chair Maria Clemson...

SPEAKER: William Meinecke, Ph.D., United States Holocaust Museum Historian TOPIC: "Conversation with William Meinecke, PhD, United States Holocaust Museum Memorial historian. Moderated by David Gottstein, Founder of Dynamic Capital Management and Alaska Chairman of...

Yippppppppeeee! The last day of the spring membership drive has arrived. Now it's crunch time. We have less than 24 hours to meet our goal of $300,000 and 1800 pledges  (a record high goal...

This week on Addressing Alaskans, our series of garden talks from the Alaska Botanical Garden conference continues with one of Alaska's best known garden writers, Jeff Lowenfels. Learn how to keep your...

Do you find yourself zeroing in on an especially catchy public radio tune, wanting to include it in your own music library? Over the last decade, public radio has become a warm home for...