Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media
The mayor's chief of staff the the municipal attorney both announced they will be leaving the administration early in 2020.
Fifty-eight mushers are signed up for the upcoming Iditarod race, including six previous champions and many more top teams.
Anchorage schools pioneered a new learning model focused on how kids feel and interact. Is it working?
For decades, ASD has implemented a set of standards designed to foster social and emotional learning in the classroom. As similar frameworks have caught on, academics are looking to Anchorage as a model.
For many of the residents whose property saw the most severe damage, the earthquake has gone from a natural disaster to a financial one.
Cook Inlet Tribal Council says its insurer has acted in bad faith assessing earthquake damage and paying money for repairs.
This year’s budget process was without major controversies, introduced by the Berkowitz Administration as essentially a continuation of its policies prioritizing public safety.
In recent weeks, a wild wolverine has made forays into Anchorage. Here's what pet-owners, parents, and wildlife enthusiasts should know.
A new government report is flagging more problems with the new generation of fighter jets scheduled to come to Alaska in the next few years.
After surviving a tumultuous few years, the commercial complex formerly (and sometime still) called the Sear's Mall is at the heart of a business boom in the city's midtown district.
Though reports of crime nationally are generally on the decline, by most measures Alaska is bucking that trend.
The money will help pay for upgrades to the petroleum and cement terminal in the first phase of the project.
A new entity called the Oversight and Review Unit under the Department of Administration analyzed the caseloads of public defenders in Alaska.
A former inmate is transforming a downtown gallery and workshop into a nonprofit geared toward giving opportunities to artists with few options.
After hearing feedback and concerns from regulators, a refined version of the ML&P sale came before the Assembly for approval.
The health insurance company wants to invest in upgrades to rural health care and wellness, and plans on expanding training programs for nursing, along with other initiatives.
The convention's final day saw a lot of attention on climate change, as well as shortcomings in public safety, and remarks by both U.S. senators.
Groups that do not usually wade into contentious state political battles are taking a stance on recall effort.
As the year’s Alaska Federation of Natives Convention began Thursday in Fairbanks, this year’s theme — “Good Government, Alaskan Driven” — loomed large.
Found in everything from firefighting foam to household cleaning products and even food containers, PFAS are persistent and bio accumulate over time. How dangerous are they to human health and what’s being done to clean them up?
The confrontation was uploaded to YouTube by the victim, an online activist with a record of strong anti-police sentiment. It led to an internal investigation, and the officer is on administrative leave.