Above: Portage Glacier Cruises celebrated their 30th Anniversary on Sunday, June 30. In those 30 years, staff have witnessed the recession of the glacier to where it is today. On Sunday, former staff joined current staff aboard the MV Ptarmigan to eat cake and drink sparkling cider just 300 yards from the face of Portage Glacier. (Video by Joey Mendolia)
Brother of trooper in charge of Northwest Arctic drug crimes banished from Kiana for alleged meth dealing
A tribal council convened on Monday, Sep. 16 to issue a civil exclusion order against 37-year-old Thomas Nay. The action is one of several tools that tribal courts have to keep their communities safe.
The cultural nonprofit hopes to break ground on the project in June 2020.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration plans to have commissioners play a more prominent role in the budget process this year.
Instead of paying $11 million to hire an outside company to clean just a portion of the city's pipes, the Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility invested $2.6 million in the equipment to do the job itself.
The North-South Runway Renewal Project has been going on for two years. During construction, planes that would normally fly over Cook Inlet rerouted over the city.
The flood advisory warned that heavy rainfall could affect small creeks, urban areas, roadways and other low-lying areas.
University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen said a group of 13 teams would be looking into restructuring options for all of the academic programs.