Jeremy Hsieh, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage
The civil rights organization says after a parole board grants someone an earlier release date, they may be denied access to helpful transition programs because of a bad interpretation of eligibility rules.
There is a lot of concern that heavy snow loads may have contributed to the collapse, said Anchorage Fire Department Assistant Chief Alex Boyd.
Air Force investigators lay out lapse after lapse that led up to Eagle River ROTC cadet’s death in Humvee crash
Untrained cadets were given unsupervised access to old humvees intended only for use as bombing targets that were improperly put into service.
Anchorage schools ‘repeatedly and inappropriately’ secluded and restrained students with disabilities, says Justice Department
The Department of Justice says the school district illegally secluded and restrained students with disabilities.
Instead of services scattered across the city, this new center offers everything in one place, from hot showers to housing resources.
The White House says recovery efforts for debris from all four objects shot down continued Monday.
Mayor Dave Bronson continues to be mum about litany of dysfunction at City Hall and says he has not considered resigning.
Duke Russell couldn’t keep walking away from Anchorage’s neediest people. Now he’s feeding hundreds a day.
“Once you see stuff happen, you just can’t walk away anymore, you know?” the Spenard artist said.
The federally mandated snapshot of people experiencing homelessness is widely publicized, but an existing system offers more robust and up-to-date information.
The Choose Anchorage action plan calls on leaders to improve education, housing and public infrastructure.
A municipal attorney said using subpoenas to discuss protected personnel records would protect the municipality. It’s an unprecedented move for the city.
The track is a key link between Alaska’s Railbelt and Lower 48 rail freight.
If the Regal Cinema Stadium 16 theater in Anchorage closes, then Fairbanks would have Alaska’s sole IMAX screen.
There were no injuries, and the avalanche debris didn’t reach the Seward Highway.
An Eagle River teen was killed during an ROTC event. Her mom doesn’t want it to be another tragic training accident.
Mackenzie Wilson died in a Humvee crash last summer. Her mom wants answers from the military.
Bobby Superb is retired and on a fixed income. He says he’s eating less, and even his dog no longer gets hamburger meat mixed into his food.
Unlike Mayor Bronson’s past picks, veteran librarian Virginia McClure has a strong library background and the Assembly’s confidence.
Amy Demboski thinks the mayor fired her because she wrote out concerns about municipal agencies repeatedly overstepping their legal authority.
“Homelessness, and I know some will disagree with this, but it has been politicized, and the homeless are paying with their lives," said Assembly member Randy Sulte.
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson announced Amy Demboski's departure in a two-sentence statement Monday, providing no additional details.