Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media
After years of expanding its ranks, the city's police department is implementing a patrol strategy based on putting officers in the same neighborhoods every day. Is it working?
Anchorage will receive $600,000 dollars from the federal government to study pollution at almost a dozen sites around the city.
Prosecutors believe it's only the second time a case has been charged under a little-known law meant to curb illegal traffic in natural artifacts and historical relics.
With increasing military interest in the Arctic, many coastal communities worry about the effects of large training exercises in Alaska waters.
According to NORAD, there were two separate incidents in the international airspace near Alaska, neither of which violated U.S. air sovereignty.
The MISSION Act goes into effect on June 6th, and is intended to modernize veteran healthcare as a wave of younger vets are beginning to access services.
An FBI investigation into social media posts threatening to kill racial and religious minorities turned up what prosecutors say was an unlawful machine gun and silencers, as well as almost a dozen other firearms taken from an East Anchorage apartment.
After recent reports of dogs dying from getting caught in traps, the goal of the new ordinance is to further restrict the practice within the municipality.
On Tuesday, the city’s Assembly is receiving the 106-page document, which outlines everything from transportation recommendations to emission reduction targets.
In Alaska, the conversation around Land Acknowledgment is relatively new. But it's picking up. And in Anchorage, that means putting the region's Indigenous heritage front and center.
In discussions over first-quarter budget revisions, a lot Anchorage's financial future depends on decisions from legislators in Juneau.
As the snow melts, a complete picture of the damage from November's earthquake is emerging, giving the construction industry a sense of optimism about the building season ahead.
The alleged leader of a white-supremacist prison gang operating in Alaska is being sent out of state as he awaits trial.
Led by a section of the Coast Guard, law enforcement officials say the convictions stem from heroin and methamphetamine sales on the island.
This is the second officer-involved shooting in Anchorage so far this year.
The investigation by the State of Alaska's Ombudsman Office into API looked into allegations of harm to patients.