The Mat-Su Borough mayor contends that Wells Fargo’s decision to pull its sponsorship of the Iditarod sped up an ongoing review of the company's performance. But other borough officials disagree.
It took three hours for Marshall Severson and a partner to fly from Nome to his destination in the Russian Far East last week. Planning the trip took three months.
Alaska Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan should explain their vision of the Senate's "freedom-based" health care — and whether they want Alaska to raise hundreds of millions in new taxes or reduce Medicaid benefits.
For a brief, exciting time, eastern Russia and Alaska were closely linked. Then life in Alaska got better and life in Russia much, much worse.
A provision in the U.S. Senate's health care bill could mean that another lawsuit from an Alaska legislator would undo the state's Medicaid expansion.
Kyla Byers has been delivering Alaska veggies to restaurants for years, and now she's working to expand the demand for local meat.
Anchorage police said residents should be wary of a group of men approaching people in parking lots offering to sell electronics, because you’re likely to get a box of "full of rocks."
Officials wanted to help poor workers, but they may have done the opposite. Critics of the research pointed out what they saw as serious shortcomings.
Erin Johnson, 27, of Anchorage, was killed Monday by a black bear while she was doing contract work for Pogo Mine in Interior Alaska.
A new study from the University of Alaska Fairbanks found that economic and regulatory forces have been forcing some halibut charter boats to shift to new areas and target species.
Lawmakers drew $2.4 billion out of the rapidly disappearing state savings account. But the special session continues and big long-term spending and revenue questions remain.
The “green room" is part of a broader effort to reform solitary confinement in Alaska prisons announced by the Department of Corrections this week.