The resignation of Tony Knowles, former Alaska governor, and eight other members leaves the federal government without a functioning body to designate national historic or natural landmarks.
SPONSORED: Fairbanks-area teacher Eric Rush uses apps, hands-on learning and an open, flexible classroom concept to create a learning environment that’s as unique as each of his students.
The borough says plant backers analyzed the wrong location when they looked at Mat-Su possibilities.
Anchorage fire officials say the city is subsidizing fire response for parts of Eagle River and Turnagain Arm, and it's nearly time to raise billing rates.
Don't weep for Sam's Club closures. Instead, let's find ways to encourage Alaska small businesses for the permanent good they bring to our communities.
Patients, staff, doctors and the former CEO express safety and care concerns at Alaska's state mental hospital.
A witness said she watched the suspect, Darrell T. Ryan, stab the victim “over and over,” charging documents say.
The collisions involving the USS Fitzgerald and USS John McCain together left 17 sailors dead.
Alaska's second Smashburger just opened and a new Spenard eatery is in the works.
In Canada, a rising generation of indigenous cooks and scholars are trying to preserve and spread the food culture of their ancestors.
Mini-grants are available for residents and organizations focusing on food security and locally grown produce.
The Anchorage jail set up a recording system to get information from suspected serial killer Israel Keyes. But after he killed himself in 2012, the recordings went on until 2016.
As of last week, Alaska teachers had 106 active projects posted at DonorsChoose.org. Their requests ranged from construction paper to laptops to sewing kits to books to slow cookers.