Joey Mendolia, Alaska's Energy Desk - Anchorage

Joey Mendolia, Alaska's Energy Desk - Anchorage

From Mammoth to Kale: A look into gardening in the Arctic | INDIE ALASKA

Frozen, windswept land, polar bears and caribou, glaciers and icebergs, are what come to mind when thinking of the arctic. But in Anaktuvuk Pass, a small village on the northern edge of...

PHOTOS: A Wolf Moon hangs over Anchorage as the subzero temps begin to ease

Anchorage residents enjoyed outdoor activities in early December as the city finally received a long awaited blanketing of snow.

Too icy to ski right now? Not for Junior Nordic.

Most of Anchorage is currently covered in ice, but that doesn't mean it's impossible to ski. Junior Nordic athletes at Russian Jack Park found decent, if not ideal, skiing conditions on Wednesday.

PHOTOS: SNOW in Anchorage! (But maybe not for long, the Weather Service says)

Anchorage residents enjoyed outdoor activities in early December as the city finally received a long awaited blanketing of snow.

PHOTOS: At JBER, Alaskans mark Veterans Day with music and a moment of silence

The Alaska National Guard hosted the annual Veterans Day ceremony at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on Nov. 11, 2019.

How immigration transformed the 49th state

Over the course of little more than a century, Alaska communities transformed from primarily Indigenous to some of the most culturally diverse in the United States. What changed? A...

Retro Local: How an evolving justice system shaped public safety in Alaska

In Alaska, sky-high rates of domestic violence and sexual assault are closely connected with the state’s law enforcement and criminal justice systems -- systems that have experienced massive transformation...

Packrafting Alaska While it’s Still Wild | INDIE ALASKA

Packrafting is an Alaska born sport that's picked up popularity in the past ten years. Because of their ability to be folded into the size of a small sleeping bag, packrafts have...

Elite medics mix combat and wilderness training in Alaska Search and Rescue

Alaska hosts some of the most elite, specialized rescue operators and equipment in the world. The state is a training ground for highly trained para-rescue medics.

Winter Solstice Sunrise 2018

Watch the sun rise over Anchorage on Dec. 21, 2018, the shortest day of the year.

Southcentral Alaska sees most destructive spruce beetle outbreak in over two decades

Spruce beetles damaged nearly 600,000 acres of forest in 2018, and the damage continues to grow.

2018 Legislative Races Map

For our  candidate video series called Running, Alaska Public Media invited all candidates who are campaigning for office in Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough. Those who chose to participate in recording a Running video...

New Anchorage Museum exhibit transports visitors to Alaska’s arctic landscape A new exhibit at the Anchorage museum lets visitors experience a northern Alaska phenomenon called a Pingo -- a permafrost mound. The sculpture combines hydraulic powered metal arms, real Alaskan cedar, and augmented reality...

Dozens of Anchorage neighbors come together to buy solar panels in bulk More than 30 residents of the Airport Heights neighborhood in Anchorage are installing solar panels on their roofs this year. It's part of "Solarize Anchorage" a program that brings together neighbors to purchase solar...