As cod populations have surged in the area, it appears that so far, they aren't staying there the whole winter.
Alaska’s U.S. senators have signed on to the Postal Service Emergency Assistance Act. It has aid for USPS that Senate leaders left out of their latest coronavirus relief bill.
The future is uncertain for many employees of Anchorage CBS affiliate KTVA, after the television station’s owner, telecommunications company GCI,announced in late July it is getting out of the broadcast television business.
A co-owner said in a Facebook video that the new fines would be more than the business could afford.
Historically, many retired people and elders have worked at the polls but this year many are sitting it out over coronavirus concerns.
“It is no place for a mine,” the former vice president said in a statement to news media.
Superior Court Judge Eric Aarseth said the city demonstrated that indoor dining exacerbates the risk of spreading the coronavirus. "A property interest cannot outweigh a person's interest in life," he wrote in his decision.
Map of Anchorage legislative districts. (Alaska Public File) The members of the board that will set Alaska’s legislative...
Gyms are adapting, but some still face financial strain as Alaskans opt out of indoor exercise.
Alaska is about to start a very unusual school year. And as we cover schools reopening this fall, we’d like to follow some of you through this transition.
Troopers say that 56-year-old Josephine Link was found unresponsive in an open field near the coastal community.
Another brewery in Sitka closed down last fall after a decade in business.
The city is asking a judge to order Little Dipper Diner to shut down dine-in service immediately. It filed the paperwork, seeking a temporary injunction, in state court in Anchorage on Thursday.
The agency says it will analyze DNA samples taken from the four bears to see if they match samples collected at the site of the attack.
Communities like Stebbins with limited access to the road systems are worried about what an outbreak could mean.
There are concerns that new standards don’t go far enough to protect communities downstream.
Three residents and one employee at the Anchorage Pioneer Home have tested positive for the coronavirus.
A total of 37 people have tested positive for COVID-19 at the plant.
‘We’re all angry’: Anchorage restaurants lay off workers and shut down dine-in, while others defy order
Restaurants across Anchorage are having to make tough decisions as they quickly respond to the latest restrictions from Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz.
In a meeting Wednesday, regents unanimously voted to rescind a June 4 resolution that directed the administration to explore the merger introduced in May by former UA President Jim Johnsen.