Michael Fanelli, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage
Even though Alaska supplies and produces the majority of its own gasoline, consumers are stuck paying prices based on other West Coast states.
Reps. Ivy Spohnholz and Zack Fields say the buyout would eliminate competition among Carrs and Fred Meyer, two of Alaska’s biggest grocery chains.
Alaska's economy has had a tougher time than nearly every other state bouncing back from the pandemic. But the 10-year outlook shows signs for optimism.
The money provides a much needed boost to an industry that's struggled to fill jobs for years.
She’s been asking for the wild blueberries for two weeks now, but has yet to receive any.
About one out of every nine jobs in the state is unfilled.
Michael is officially taking over as the job of morning news host this week from Kavitha George.
The forecast is calling for a rainy week ahead in the city after a prolonged dry stretch.