Kavitha George, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage
Knik Arm Services says it doesn’t want to wait out legal battles over development in the refuge.
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski has a narrow lead over Kelly Tshibaka. Gov. Mike Dunleavy leads his next closest challenger by 20 points.
Republican Tara Sweeney finished fifth in the June special primary, just below the cut-off to appear on the special general election ballot.
Next week’s primary election is going to pare the list of 10 gubernatorial candidates to four, and it’s unlikely that Wasilla Rep. Christopher Kurka and Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Charlie Pierce can both survive.
Alaska Airlines workers to vote on a new contract that could put them among the highest paid airline workers in the industry
IAMAW represents around 5,300 Alaska Airlines reservations and customer service agents, ramp workers and other employees. About 900 of those workers are spread out across Alaska.
“We're expecting our first case any day now,” said Alaska state epidemiologist Dr. Joe McLaughlin.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics measured Anchorage and Mat-Su consumer prices up more than 12% from a year ago. It’s one of the highest jumps in the nation.
After a long period of uncertainty in the industry, oil prices have topped $100 for months.
Nearby roads are reopened.
A $3.1 million grant to help fund a railroad bridge replacement is the start of a "once in a generation" opportunity for infrastructure improvements in Alaska.
Alaskans are paying around two dollars more per gallon than this time last year, and there’s no clear end in sight.
A round trip ticket from Anchorage to Seattle in July will easily put you out $1,000.
Amid a housing crisis, a new downtown Anchorage development could be a model for public-private partnerships
Block 96 could serve as a model for other downtown housing developments. With the city’s housing crunch, developers say it’s desperately needed.
Hannah Hennighausen and her partner have been outbid every time they've put an offer on a house. Most recently the winning bid offered all cash and waived all contingencies, which Hennighausen says is becoming more common.
The railroad says the woman was walking with another woman and four dogs along the tracks, near a curve.
Not having the festival the last few years was tough on vendors, especially as the pandemic made it more difficult to get materials. The return feels like a relief.
The Cama-i Dance Festival returned to Bethel last weekend after two years on hiatus due to the pandemic. For dancers from the village of Chefornak, it was a chance to finally honor loved ones lost over the last few years with neighbors from around the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta.
It was also the only state to see poverty levels stay about the same — all other states saw declines.