Jon and Marnie Isaacs raised a family and now plan to retire in their unusual earth-shelter home in Turnagain, which has been a fixture on Anchorage trolley tours for years.
The researchers have created a startup in hopes of making the technology competitive with Styrofoam.
The fish, likely former aquarium pets, have attracted the attention of invasive-species managers.
The bustling Merrill Field airport has been spending more than it takes in. The Assembly is set to decide on the proposal Tuesday.
As government officials look for money for a study, university professors working with students say there’s plenty of data available — and little time to lose.
Which containers do you wash out? Do you have to remove staples? Here’s an in-depth guide.
What happens to the contents of the tens of thousands of recycling roll carts that are emptied every other week?
An unprecedented downturn in recycling markets is limiting what makes sense to send Outside for recycling. That now excludes clear plastic clamshell containers.
Ethan Berkowitz said he uses the trails regularly and feels the city is making progress on clearing camps.
The two were found deep in the woods, “very far off the trail system" in the area by Sullivan Arena, according to police. It isn’t yet known why they were there.
No gun was found, but the incident sparked an hourlong manhunt on the popular Chester Creek trail.
City park maintenance staff set up barriers a few weeks ago in hopes of encouraging passersby to stay far away.
Cindy Berger learned she might have a spirit in the basement of now-closed Anchorage hotel and decided to call a professional, because what could it hurt?
A renovation has been proposed in hopes of making the central plaza and green space more inviting and welcoming.
Cindy Berger bought the building last year with hopes of saving it. The inn’s poor condition upended those plans.