The Soldotna center has been around for about 30 years, administering birth control, STD testing and other services.
Amid a housing crisis, a new downtown Anchorage development could be a model for public-private partnerships
Block 96 could serve as a model for other downtown housing developments. With the city’s housing crunch, developers say it’s desperately needed.
Anchorage police union says it has waited more than a month for city to begin negotiations on body cameras
Jeremy Conkling, the president of the Anchorage Police Department Employees Association, says he put in a request to the city’s human resources department in mid-April, asking for a date to start the negotiations.
"With all the noise in the world right now, put your heart and your mind to young people," she tells her successor, Jharrett Bryantt.
Alaska Beacon reporter James Brooks was up late following the Legislature's frantic scramble to pass bills before the deadline.
Just a handful of formula makers dominate the industry so a single plant shutdown can lead to empty shelves.
Sparks escaped from a burn barrel on the island and ignited the fire.
Newly filed financial disclosures reveal huge wealth disparities that are shaping the special election between 48 candidates for the state’s sole U.S. House seat.
With only around 1,000 hotel rooms, the city proposed a creative solution: Incentivizing Juneau residents to go on vacation and rent their homes to athletes for a week.
A climber from Japan is presumed dead following a fall into a crevasse near Mount Hunter in Alaska’s Denali National Park and Preserve, officials said.
The boy went missing May 7, prompting law enforcement, military, first responders and about 2,500 volunteers to search an area covering more than 15 square miles.
Budget finishes as second-largest in state history by one measure, but Dunleavy could make cuts.
The highly pathogenic bird flu is the worst the country has seen since 2015 and has a high mortality rate for raptors.
Supplies of baby formula across the country have been severely curtailed in recent weeks after a February recall by Abbott Nutrition exacerbated ongoing supply chain disruptions among formula makers.
The House on Tuesday voted 37-2 to accept a Senate version of the bill that passed last week.
The lawsuit says the state must limit subsistence fishing on the Kuskokwim River to rural residents in times of scarcity.
Deb Lestenkof is remembered as generous and kind. Her family says her spirit is embodied in a popular Facebook group she started a decade ago that's meant to promote connection, kindness and paying it forward.
A six-member committee completed work on the compromise budget late Tuesday, three days after the Alaska House failed to agree with a budget proposal passed by the Senate.
One of the men was caught on a livestream camera wading into Brooks Falls and taking a selfie in front of the bears.
It marks the start of what could be a record-breaking cruise season for upper Lynn Canal communities.