Casey Grove, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage
Sullivan says he’s formed a new council of advisors. Murkowski is sticking by tradition.
Alaska bears go viral after raiding doughnut van: ‘I’m still getting phone calls,’ store manager says
Shelly Deano says bears are common near the store she manages. But after a pair raided a doughnut delivery van, reporters worldwide are calling.
Alaska Beacon reporter James Brooks says industry representatives are seeking lower taxes and a shift from taxing cultivation to retail sales.
The average temperature in Anchorage was pretty close to normal, and other parts of the state had one of their warmest summers.
Alaska’s two biggest grocery chains to sell stores as part of merger. This business professor explains why.
Jarrad Harford, a professor at the University of Washington Foster School of Business, has been following the proposed merger since it was first announced.
According to the ACLU, 18 people died in DOC custody last year, the most ever in a single year.
Some have wondered whether Chirikof Island, trampled by hooves, should instead be returned to seabirds that could desperately use more habitat.
According to the charges, Etuale Ioane’s mother contacted police with a tip that the robber was her son, after seeing his photo in local news media reports.
Supporters of a bill to ban "forever chemicals" in firefighting foam decry the governor's veto. Also, how an advocate for LGBTQ youth found their way to helping others. And an Inupiaq elder shares her talent for filleting salmon at the state fair.
While the search is on for a missing plane in Southeast, the NTSB releases a report on a different plane crash earlier this month. Also, federal officials say they remain focused on fentanyl trafficking to Alaska. And visitors to the Alaska State Fair are immensely pumped… for immense pumpkins.
President Joe Biden plans a visit to Anchorage on Sept. 11. Also, scientists rediscover signs of dinosaurs that once roamed right where Alaskans live and fish today. And residents of Quinhagak take pride in -- and care of -- artifacts recovered nearby, one piece at a time.
The Northern Journal's Nat Herz reports that renewable energy advocates say conservation, along with more power generated from solar and wind projects, could delay a shift to LNG by up to five years.
Almost half of state payroll processing jobs are unfilled, causing some employees' paychecks to be delayed or even short of what they should've been paid.
Seward resident Judy Odhner asked someone in Maui to post a note on a board outside an evacuation center, looking for her Aunt Annie.
The risk of a tsunami hitting Anchorage – Alaska’s largest city, at the head of Cook Inlet – has been the subject of debate for years.
Alaska’s student absenteeism problem got worse after school pandemic closures, following national trend
Alaska students were absent at a higher rate than in any other state during the 2021-2022 school year, according to an Associated Press analysis.
The car dealerships advertised vehicles for sale that they did not actually have and, in some cases, did not honor the advertised price, says the lawsuit.
U.N. Human Rights Commission appointees want to file a brief in lawsuit over Arctic drilling project.
The FBI is looking for any other potential victims Benjamin Roundy might’ve had.
National Weather Service climate researcher Brian Brettschneider says about a quarter of Alaska had its warmest July on record.