Decades of experimentation have led Bert Gore to more than a dozen apple varieties that grow well in the Valley. Right now, the picking’s good.
The artwork, expected to be finished in mid-September, is part of the Mountain View Mural Walk project.
Low chum salmon returns have meant no commercial or subsistence fishing on the Lower Yukon River this summer. Emmonak residents describe the impact of a situation they’ve never faced before.
Critics said the facility for chronically homeless alcoholics would be a disaster. Now its example has been used to open two more facilities.
“I could stay out there for hours and hours,” said the aircraft enthusiast.
The 17-year-old gold medalist rode through the streets of her hometown to celebrate her success at the Tokyo games.
Alan and Linda Borowski died in the fire early Saturday morning. Christopher Ricker was arraigned on multiple charges Sunday.
Heading up from Girdwood, over Crow Pass and through to Eagle River, runners churned along the scenic 22.5-mile course.
Visits to shelters in California and Nevada cited by Anchorage officials offer a glimpse into what’s working — and what isn’t.
She met with vaccine skeptics, health care workers and others on a recent trip to the Kenai Peninsula.
Maj. Gen. Peter Andrysiak talked about his own difficult experiences at Anchorage’s downtown ceremony.
Johon Atkinson, visiting from Metlakatla, plans to sing downtown each day while he’s in Anchorage.
The school district superintendent halted enforcement of a new policy after two students were mistakenly denied the chance to wear regalia at graduation.