Len Anderson, APRN Contributor
Arctic Slope Regional Corporation shareholders will be receiving $34.31 per share in the Alaska Native corporation's fall dividend distribution. The average ASRC shareholder owns 100 shares. The dividend will be issued in December.
For two hours this evening residents of Southcentral Alaska are being asked to reduce voluntarily their energy use. The 6-8:00 p.m. test involves the Matunuska Susitna and Kenai Peninsula Boroughs, along with the Municipality of Anchorage.
Two people are dead and two wounded in an early morning shooting at a Northeast Anchorage bar. Lt Dave Parker of the Anchorage Police Department says about 15 minutes after midnight, the dispatch center began receiving multiple calls about a shooting in progress.
Alaska Airlines and the carriers aircraft maintenance mechanics union along with related employees have reached a tentative agreement on a new, five-year contract, according to the Seattle Times. The over 600 union members still must ratify the agreement. That vote's expected next month.
Anchorage Police are seeking a hit and run driver who killed a young woman early Tuesday Morning. A little after 3 a.m. a motorist called police to report a body on the street fronting the Northway Mall. The victim was identified as Geraldine Burns, 25, an Alaska Native and mother of two.
This week, the power purchase agreement between Chugach Electric Association and the Fire Island Wind Project has come before the Regulatory Commission of Alaska for its needed approval.
Anchorage residents now qualify for a discount on prescriptions not covered by their insurance or if they have no insurance at all for prescribed medicines.
Over 90,000 Alaskans sought food assistance for food pantries, soup kitchens in 2010. Some only once, but the vast majority more than once, sometimes in the same week. KSKA’s Len Anderson has more on...
According to the Food Bank of Alaska, thousands of Anchorage residents will seek assistance from food pantries and kitchen during the course of a year. Yesterday, as part of Hunger Action Month, a panel at the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce discussed the growing problem of hunger in Anchorage.