With calls for help and emergency transports staying frustratingly high, the drug is exacting a toll not just on users, but paramedics and firefighters, as well.
Alaska’s first female African American judge: ‘Justice is not just done. Justice is seen. And justice is experienced.’
Anchorage District Court Judge Pamela Scott Washington is like a lot of dedicated public servants: a member of the community trying to help others resolve conflicts, in her case, through the justice system. But, as Washington put it, "Justice is not just done. Justice is seen. And justice is experienced."
The Anchorage Assembly is expected to decide Tuesday whether to move forward with a plan to purchase four properties to turn into homelessness resource facilities. The properties, located in Downtown, Midtown and Spenard will help to distribute homeless care to more parts of the city.
The national COVID-19 death count crossed 200,000 last month. Social distancing and quarantine protocols have made it difficult to gather to mourn as a community, but yesterday, First Presbyterian Church of Anchorage held a short outdoor ceremony to recognize the huge death toll of the ongoing pandemic.
A small group of people protested from their cars outside Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson’s West Anchorage home Tuesday night, the Mayor's office confirmed.
Plane crash victims well-known locally.
Anchorage teachers have a new contract. It gives them a small raise that doesn't keep up with the cost of living and eliminates benefits for part-time educators. Listen Now
A new report released by the Mat Su Health Foundation indicates that behavioral health services in the Matanuska Susitna Borough are woefully inadequate. The report, the first of three, suggests that residents are not accessing care until they are in a crisis situation.
Walker's vetoes on the operating budget have carved at $17 million dollar hole in the Anchorage's revenues, with the bulk of that drop hitting the school district. Listen now
A book out this summer takes an extensive look at Israel Keyes, the man federal authorities say admitted to kidnapping and murdering...
On Wednesday evening, the Anchorage Assembly passed a wide-ranging spending plan for more than $100 million in federal CARES Act funding allocated from the state. Among other things, it includes money for housing assistance, child care, jobs programs and small business and nonprofit relief.
Etheldra Davis dedicated her life and career to education and community activism in Anchorage.
It's official - Anchorage Churches and overflow facilities can now house the homeless, even after it starts warming up - at least to 45 degrees.
Anchorage’s unemployment rate for May is 4.9 percent, one of the lowest rates in the state. Though that may seem like a good thing, it’s actually a barrier for growth in the state’s largest city. Businesses are having trouble finding reliable workers. Download Audio
Twenty six homes were lost to the Sockeye wildfire, according to Matanuska Susitna Borough officials on Thursday. Some neighborhoods have been surveyed for damage, and some evacuees are going back home.
While school is in session, students spend about 30 hours in the classroom every week. That's more than 1,000 hours each academic year. This means teachers play a pivotal role, not only in a student's education, but in their development as a person. Listen now
The Municipality of Anchorage said customers’ water and power will not be shut off for nonpayment for the remainder of the city’s disaster declaration.
Donna Baker has become a familiar face at fire stations across the city with her annual appreciation effort.
The district is taking a phased-approach that prioritizes elementary and special-needs students.
Dominic Lee (left), Paul Kendall (center), Jacob Seth Kern (right). Photos by Erick Cordero. KSKA continues its series on the mayor candidates in the April...