Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media
Ted Steven International Airport in Anchorage is the fifth busiest hub for air cargo in the world. Listen now
Results on Proposition 1 came as a surprise to many, and has implications for the upcoming midterm elections in other states. Listen now
Since returns first came in for Anchorage's local elections Tuesday night, more than 20,000 additional ballots have been counted, and the preliminary results appear to be holding. Listen now
The majority of votes cast in Anchorage’s municipal elections are in. And while some races remain too close to call, a clear picture emerged Tuesday night on most of the candidates and measures. Listen now
Amid a packed slate of propositions and candidates, one particularly controversial measure has drawn the lion's share of campaign money. Listen now
So far, the system is not without kinks. But the experiment is proceeding steadily toward its April 3rd deadline.
The race's two major candidates have put crime and the economy at the center of the election, but disagree on the best policies for the city. Listen now
A weekend incident in Anchorage has left a man dead after police say he came at an officer wielding a knife. Listen now
At the heart of the ACLU complaint in state court is whether or not it was lawful for police to arrest and detain an undocumented Palmer resident without evidence of a criminal offense. Listen now
The 31-year-old Norwegian is the first musher to disrupt the Seavey dynasty, in a grueling race that has dragged on longer than recent years. Listen now
Iditarod musher Joar Ulsom was the first to arrive at the checkpoint in White Mountain this morning, potentially setting him up to be the first into Nome sometime overnight. Listen now
Currently, the top of the Iditarod leader-board is filled out with younger mushers, most of them in their 20s and 30s — the race’s up-and-comers. Many esteemed members of mushing’s old guard are content to watch a new generation inherit the mantel. Listen now
The three mushers leading this year’s Iditarod pack passed through Unalakleet yesterday afternoon. The racers arrived in very differing shape, offering signs of what could be ahead in the last stretch toward Nome.
This year's Iditarod has hit what could prove the defining moment in who wins the race. Joar Ulsom pushed his 24-hour rest all the way to the Iditarod checkpoint, arriving Wednesday evening while his main competitors were posted up in towns further down the trail.
A small crowd gathered next to burning logs and a large welcome banner as Mitch Seavey arrived first to Takotna checkpoint in a light snow Tuesday night. Listen now