Joe Hickel has put countless hours into his yearly creations, which have brought holiday joy to downtown Anchorage since 1978.

The Office of Public Advocacy does not have the capacity to take the cases, its director said.

The Alaska Public Offices Commission gave itself a six-week extension to decide whether a group seeking to repeal Alaska’s ranked choice voting system via ballot initiative has violated state law.

Advocates for domestic violence victims are seeking solutions as federal money goes to small tribes with limited access to enforcement.

Amazon has increasingly come to rely on postal carriers to make “last-mile” deliveries in harder-to-reach rural locations.

The Wilderness Society has changed its position and now supports a bill that would create five new Alaska Native corporations in Southeast Alaska.

Christina Florschutz is the only person so far found alive after the landslide destroyed three homes, cut off road access, and left four people dead and two people missing — including her husband.

The Zimovia Highway was reopened briefly Tuesday to locals only after crews cleared mud and debris from the roadway.

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