Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media
Service members who joined under a program designed to recruit more medical and language professionals from immigrant backgrounds are now being kicked out, according to the program's architect. Listen now
As Alaska companies try to navigate the 8(a) contracting process, delegation looks for regulatory changes from the Small Business Administration.
The departure leaves two major GOP candidates vying for the party's nomination in August.
In a surprising move, the Anchorage Assembly voted down a proposal to raise taxes on cannabis businesses. Listen now
Increasingly organized and vocal community groups are demanding that more aggressive steps be taken to deal with encampments along the city's green-belt. Listen now
Ahead of an August election, the Assembly members will pick an interim representative from a pool of applicants. Listen now
Alaska is seeing an outbreak in a dangerous sexually transmitted disease. In a notice today, public health officials say an outbreak of Gonorrhea first reported last fall led researchers to find Alaska's rate of infection is more than double the national average. Listen now
In a complaint, the Council on American-Islamic Relations claims prisoners in an Anchorage jail are being denied their constitutional rights on observation of Ramadan. Listen now
Lindemuth joins 37 other attorneys general asking senators for higher fines and continued funding connected to the opioid crisis. Listen now
The Anchorage Community Development Authority is moving to buy the building at 716 W. 4th Avenue for potential commercial clients. Listen now
Alaska was among the states targeted by Russian-linked cyber actors ahead of the 2016 elections. The state had previously disclosed that there had been some meddling. But a recent article in the Anchorage Daily News uncovered new details about a second effort targeting the state's election system. Listen now
A global demand for pilots is sapping the Air Force of some of its most costly personnel, causing billions of dollars in losses that are expected to get worse. Listen now
High costs and limited accessibility spark search by elected officials for potential municipal fixes. Listen now