Above: In 2022, destination development consultant Roger Brooks presented his finding at the Anchorage Economic Forecast Luncheon about how the city could be improved to become more appealing to visitors and residents. This work has been the launching point for several initiatives around the city to increase in-migration and tourism. Madilyn Rose breaks down Brook’s recommendations to better understand how they can be applied to Anchorage.
Southeast Alaska police often find fentanyl in counterfeit blue pills which are designed to look like the prescription opioid Oxycontin.
Chue Hang opened the Hmoob Cultural Center of Alaska in November to help support and educate Hmong people like herself.
Kodiak’s Tanner crab season started two weeks late, after the entire fleet refused to go fishing because of low prices from local processors.
U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan is set to deliver his annual address to the Alaska Legislature at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7.
The State Officers Compensation Commission has recommended raising the governor’s annual salary from $145,000 to approximately $176,000.
"Deaths of despair" have affected American Indian and Alaska Native communities far more than white communities, a new study shows.
More than 2,300 were reported dead and hundreds more injured in Turkey and Syria from the quake, The Associated Press reported.
U.S. officials said the balloon flew over the Aleutian Islands and through Canada before it was spotted over Billings, Montana.
In late February, Catholic Social Services in Anchorage will open its new 3rd Avenue Navigation Center.
Anchorage and Alaska have seen a decade-long pattern of population decline. Birth rates are slowing, and more people are leaving the city than coming in.
In this episode of Alaska Insight, Lori Townsend talks with avalanche experts Elliot Gaddy, a local guide and avalanche instructor, and John Sykes, a forecaster with the Chugach National Forest Avalanche Information Center.