Though reports of crime nationally are generally on the decline, by most measures Alaska is bucking that trend.
It's planting time for farmers and backyard garden enthusiasts. What's new with the changing ag scene in Alaska and what will it mean for raising more food right in our state? And how will a changing climate affect food production?
Posts about missing and murdered Indigenous people disappeared from Instagram. The company says it was a mistake.
The morning after Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day, Iñupiaq advocate Jacquii Lambert noticed that half of her stories she’d shared on Instagram about that day had disappeared. The company says it wasn't targeting advocates.
Five individuals tested positive, but other attendees are showing symptoms of COVID-19. Officials say further spread is likely.
Two-hundred-twenty teachers in the Anchorage School District on Wednesday received layoff notices. The pink slips were issued as legislators contend with a $2.5 billion budget deficit, leaving education funding levels for the coming year uncertain. Listen now
According to the Alaska Earthquake Center, the quake hit about 10 miles north of Anchorage, Alaska's most populous city. The event started at about 8:30 a.m., with multiple aftershocks following.
The loosened guidance should make it easier to reopen schools and workplaces. Mask requirements are still in place for public transport and health care settings.
Only three of the seven tsunami sirens in the Aleutian community worked, despite high seismic activity in the last week.
Hilcorp Alaska is facing a $20,000 penalty from the state for unsafe use of equipment on the North Slope. It's the latest in a string of violations for Hilcorp, which a state agency says has developed a pattern of regulatory noncompliance.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation announced on Sept. 21 that it will spend about $4 million to clean up a former Wrangell junkyard site with high levels of lead contamination. Download Audio
Services like vital records, a background check system, and a count of available beds at mental health providers were taken down in response to the attack.
In an annual presentation to city officials on property values, Anchorage's municipal assessor showed a steady rise in overall property values.
Ketchikan resident Eileen Casey is one of three Pioneer Home residents taking the state to court to prevent it from hiking monthly rates by as much as 140 percent.
Many parts of Alaska lack enough accessible care for older people. It's a problem without a solution. But there are ways to prevent the problem in the first place. Exercise for elders.
A recent study conducted by UAF and another university in Amsterdam, points to more than 40 overwintering wildfires reported in Alaska since 2005. Climate change is suspected to be a key factor.
A veterinarian said that there have been at least four cases of PSP in dogs since August of last year.
In the past month, reports of stolen vehicles in Bethel have more than doubled — despite the fact the community's off the road system, and there are only so many places for drivers to go.
Fundraising is underway for a University of Alaska Southeast scholarship in the memory of two statehood pioneers. Burke Riley and Dick Freer, of Yakima,...
A forecast points to a run of between 102,000 and 189,000 Chinook, putting it potentially in line with some of the weakest runs in the past 20 years.