News this month of a $150,000 insurance settlement for $2.9 million in repairs marks the latest blow to the money-losing port with one tenant and no waterfront activity -- for now, officials say.
The power outage stranded thousands of travelers and disrupted flights nationwide, just a people began the busy Christmas travel week.
Investigators wanted a $1 billion fine and criminal charges brought against the nation's largest drug company, McKesson Corp. That’s not how things worked out.
Oil company interest is perking up now that the Arctic refuge might open to drilling. Drilling opponents say a lease sale won't generate much income.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski says oil likely won't be produced in ANWR for a decade, assuming her measure to allow leasing there is approved.
The Alaska Psychiatric Institute released a medically fragile elder to the Brother Francis Shelter without money or adequate winter clothes.
The issue of trust goes deeper than a flawed system in the Legislature for investigating harassment complaints.
The bad news was announced by the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, which sets the catches for more than 25 species in waters from 3 to 200 miles from shore in the Gulf and the Bering Sea.
Rep. Dean Westlake, D-Kiana, said Friday that he will resign from his seat after being accused of sexual harassment by multiple women.
The ninth annual Polar Plunge raised about $300,000 for the Special Olympics.
Walker is pitching the tax's funding of building and infrastructure repairs as a way to lift Alaska out of recession by creating an estimated 1,000 jobs.
The Department of Corrections awarded the $10 million, four-year contract for treatment programs at two of the state's largest prisons to the Salvation Army.
Sydnee Kimber said the sport has grown since she won her first title as a freshman at Sitka's Mt. Edgecumbe High School.
The Anchorage fair-trade store recently relocated to a part of Spenard it sees growing in the future.