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.
The school district said parents and guardians must now pick up their students at the end of the day.
Heidi Drygas will replace Jake Metcalfe as executive director of the Alaska State Employees Association.
Fire Marshal Gretchen O’Sullivan says crews worked for more than four hours to extinguish the Monday blaze on Deermount Street.
Four former city police officers all sued during the tenure of police chief Jay King, who resigned in December.
A state leader cites multiple reasons for the growth of the backlog, which has no clear end in sight.
ExxonMobil earned nearly $56 billion in profit in 2022, setting an annual record not just for itself but for any U.S. or European oil...
More than 125,000 Japanese Americans interned during World War II are now being recognized in the Ireichō, or the Sacred Book of Names.
The U.S. Secret Service has released a first-of-its-kind report that analyzes 173 mass attacks that took place in the country from 2016 to 2020.
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.
Alaskans seeking relief from high energy prices and unreliable supplies are finding success in transitioning to renewable energy. What projects are in the works, and where do opportunities exist for further development?