Mixed precipitation started Sunday afternoon and was expected to affect the region through 6 a.m. on Monday.
All proceeds from the show will be donated to Let Every Woman Know-Alaska, a nonprofit that offers women resources to help prevent gynecologic cancers.
A two-car collision happened around 11 p.m. Saturday at Mile 46 of the Parks Highway, according to the Alaska State Troopers.
Crews from more than 100 boats say they’re staying at the docks until processors offer them a higher price, but experts say they are facing global market forces unlikely to budge
A deepening crisis in recruiting and keeping state workers is pushing Alaska lawmakers to consider a new pension plan for public employees. But they are still far from agreeing on the structure of the new plan, or who will benefit.
Starting April 1, state workers will need to shift from an enormous food stamp application backlog to begin processing a phased post-pandemic shift back to normal Medicaid requirements.
The Legislature is planning to hire an independent consultant to vet the Dunleavy administration’s proposals, which could take years to implement.
No arrests had been made as of Saturday.
The Alaska blackfish is different from others in the state because it can pull oxygen from free air, allowing it to occupy stagnant northern pools that kill other fish.
The upcoming city election has the potential to drastically reshape Anchorage’s political landscape — or leave it firmly intact. Here’s who is running for both Anchorage Assembly and School Board.
The bill would block the president from drawing from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve until the administration releases a plan to increase oil and gas production on public lands.
According to principal Alli Susel, the Chugiak school got the Anchorage Police Department involved and determined there was no danger to the school even though a student made a threat.
Utqiaġvik saw its first sunrise in more than 60 days on Monday. Residents at Iḷisaġvik College and Fred Ipalook Elementary School celebrated the end of polar night with the traditional “Welcome Back the Sun” dance.
Those who win a permit — $30 applications are due online or by mail by March 1 — will be able to watch bears sometime between June 7 and Aug. 25.
The money is intended to modernize and replace older vessels, upgrade docks and invest in long-term resilience.
In this episode, host Elizabeth Harball talks to ADN reporters Sean Maguire and Iris Samuels about what the Republican-led House means for this year’s legislative agenda, a surprise in the governor’s State of the State speech, and more.
A big shift in membership is ahead for the Anchorage Assembly this year.
Education advocates are calling for an increase of at least $860 per student to Alaska’s public school funding formula, but House Republicans have signaled they will consider a boost as small as $250.
As the April 4 Anchorage municipal election approaches, we’ll be asking candidates a series of questions about where they stand on issues facing the city. Help us create the candidate surveys.
Delays and an unconventional approach to the bonding process left out money for facilities improvements and sent officials scrambling to secure several community projects.
On an earnings call with analysts, CEO Ben Minicucci said the airline hired nearly 8,000 people in 2022 as it emerged from the pandemic downturn and plans to hire 3,500 more this year.
The eight Klatt Elementary students arrived incorrectly at Dimond Estates, a mobile home park where roughly 75% of the school’s students live, some 3.5 miles from the elementary building on Dec. 5.
A wall of ice that released early Thursday left ice chunks in both lanes of the highway. The diversion will stay in place until the wall can re-freeze.