Since 2016, the city has been building an inventory of empty or abandoned buildings, part of an effort to push landlords to fix up, sell or tear down the properties.
The Cordova Community Medical Center — which received a notice that its service from Alaska Communications may soon be shut off — is one hospital that's feeling the effects.
“This is entertainment for me,” Israel Keyes told investigators in 2012. Newly released audio offers a window into the fractured thinking of the Anchorage contractor and father who investigators believe had as many as 11 victims.
The move comes after a tweet by President Trump, who wants to know if the agency “infiltrated” his campaign.
Sheryl Mohwinkel-Fleming won the 35th annual Gold Nugget Triathlon, and a moose with two newborns bluff-charged some of the racers.
Thefts of propane tanks and other backyard items are helping sustain long-term illegal camps, according to the founder of the Anchorage Mental Health Court.
Tom Choate is one of many remarkable older athletes in Alaska. Their accomplishments hold deep lessons for more than sports.
The worst news about the legislative session, from a public accountability standpoint, is that it was business as usual.
No injuries were reported to firefighters or residents.
The investigation into the shooting death of 18-year-old Coy Bryan continues.
Book review: "A Wild Promise" aims not only to share an amazing place with readers but to advocate for its protection.
The man told police a pig was following him and that he didn't know what to do, cops said.
Here's why the most adorable puppy you've ever seen was probably around 2 months old.
A man was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries, a police spokesman said.
Matt Nolan said the accuracy of his system allowed him to map the entire top of the mountain down to individual snow drifts, to within 6 inches accuracy.
The way that fisheries are managed determines the daily tempo for fishing families’ lives.