Wrangell-St. Elias is a remote getaway offering stunning scenery.
As one of the stars of the History Channel's "Ice Road Truckers" show and its most recent spinoff "IRT Deadliest Roads" filmed in the treacherous mountains of India, 29-year-old Lisa Kelly of Wasilla has learned to be more media savvy over the last two years of having cameras in her face and private life.
As of noon Thursday, five candidates for Mat-Su Borough mayor had filed papers with the borough clerk and there's no telling how many more will sign up before today's 5 p.m. deadline.
Mat-Su College mathematics professor Ping-Tung Chang was honored Thursday in Washington, D.C., with one of this year's U.S. Professor of the Year award by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.
According to the Mat-Su Coalition on Housing and Homelessness, there were more than 860 homeless students in Valley schools throughout the last school year and many of those were forced to make do without their parents because of intolerable or abusive home environments.
Mat-Su Borough School District is offering teachers and classified employees salary increases of nearly 6 percent over the next three years and promises to leave teachers' planning time intact -- but cannot guarantee everyone will still have a job next year.
Slow down. You move too fast. You've got to make your vehicle -- and your life -- last.
About 65 Palmer-area residents stopped by the Palmer Depot on Monday night to give their input on the city's economic development strategy.
The race for the next Mat-Su Borough mayor has begun, with the candidate filing period open through Nov. 19.
The Valley's performing arts community is doing a happy dance over the passage Tuesday of a state bonding proposition allowing for the construction at the Mat-Su College campus of the area's largest auditorium.
The Talkeetna man charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of another resident in a local bar a week ago told an investigator he killed the man because he thought he was pulling a weapon on him.
The sudden death of a 6-year-old boy in a Wasilla house fire Wednesday morning has left his family stunned and shaken from Mat-Su to Nome and beyond.
Two Valley residents are grateful for the generosity and sacrifice of those who contribute to Alaska's first canine blood bank at Far Country Animal Hospital in Palmer.
When Central Mat-Su Fire Chief James Steele realized someone had broken into a Wasilla fire station and stolen emergency equipment worth more than $40,000, he was sick to his stomach.
A Palmer grand jury decided Thursday that a Butte woman who shot her husband to death last month should not be charged for the killing because of "significant evidence" of being abused by him over the years.