Jeremy Hsieh, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage
A “significant” number of Anchorage locals nominated their city for the grant, according to a Domino's spokesperson.
Stakeholders who have fundamental objections have little time for further negotiation, and little recourse but federal court.
Anchorage roofing companies have been slammed with snow removal jobs amid record snowfall and a series of collapses.
Rep. Kevin McCabe said he wasn’t able to answer questions about compensation for local governments, impacts to local property taxes or how port user groups feel about it.
Two of the warming rooms weren't heavily used. The third one has helped the 200-bed shelter at the same location run more efficiently.
Assembly members say they have fundamental problems with the utilities’ plan, the process that produced it and the property tax impacts.
The weather forecast for Anchorage says the prolonged, sub-zero temperatures will let up soon.
Anchorage’s economy has lots of positive signs and job growth ahead, but not enough people for its anticipated job openings.
Many locals fear an opportunity to address the community’s workforce housing crisis was squandered in the Holtan Hills deal.
The head of the nonprofit says business leaders are interested in a 3% sales tax with two-thirds for property tax relief.
The Assembly unpacked misleading statements in Mayor’s Dave Bronson's argument against an ordinance, then overrode his veto of it in a 9-3 vote.
Anchorage, Mat-Su utilities disagree with Eklutna village on full dam removal to restore namesake river
The public has until Feb. 19 to comment on the utilities’ hydro project river repair plan, which is much more modest.
The Assembly also set aside $500,000 in alcohol tax revenue for a potential tiny home, transitional shelter pilot project.
The Assembly has more ballot questions to finalize by its deadline on Jan. 23.
“One down, five to go,” the victim’s father said after the sentencing.
The city’s local elected officials are concerned Senate Bill 155 could lead to a knock-down, drag-out fight.
The Assembly put off the decision indefinitely. There was no consensus about what, if anything, to do next.
Homelessness experts say per person, it’s cheaper than shelter. The new plan emulates what Houston, Texas, did.
The 907 Initiative's leader says it advocates for progressive values, but isn't trying to influence elections.