The city saw gusts as high as 82 mph in the Potter Marsh area, leading to power outages for thousands of residents.
Some of the funding could be distributed as early as this fall, with much of it getting sent out by January of next year.
A “significant” number of Anchorage locals nominated their city for the grant, according to a Domino's spokesperson.
Both women are from Southwest Alaska and each battled homelessness and addiction in Anchorage.
Anchorage cross-country talent Gus Schumacher won an international cross-country ski race Sunday, something no other American man has accomplished in more than 40 years.
Stakeholders who have fundamental objections have little time for further negotiation, and little recourse but federal court.
Shopper Amber Rotar said the moose started showing too much interest in the bell peppers in her cart.
It’s been an especially snowy winter in many Alaska communities, and with heavy snowfall comes the yearly question, should I shovel my roof?
Anchorage roofing companies have been slammed with snow removal jobs amid record snowfall and a series of collapses.
Littlefield was the only person to file to run in a special election to fill Kevin Cross’ seat.
The new store looks and feels a lot like other Costco locations, but everything from the aisles to the packaged goods is much larger.
Anchorage legal settlement sets August deadline to get all police officers outfitted with body cameras
The Alaska Black Caucus sued the city in April 2023 over not having body cameras on officers, two years after voters approved their purchase.
The state’s largest gas utility is warning that shortfalls could come as soon as next year – and imports are years off.
Judge rules some city records on resigned Anchorage health department director should be public, even if they’re ‘highly embarrassing’
“The mere fact that information may be highly embarrassing does not render it private,” said Superior Court Judge Andrew Guidi.
Assembly chair Chris Constant says the new program allows the public to access city financial records without filing a records request and waiting months for a response.
Supporters say the ban would bolster pedestrian safety and encourage more foot traffic. It’s part of a growing national trend.
The budget is balanced by using most of the district’s savings.
Rep. Kevin McCabe said he wasn’t able to answer questions about compensation for local governments, impacts to local property taxes or how port user groups feel about it.
The deaths of two people after a fire early Thursday at a Young Street multi-family residence are now being investigated as homicides.
Police say they detained a suspect at the scene of Sunday's shooting on North Park Street. Both deaths are now being investigated as homicides.
Two of the warming rooms weren't heavily used. The third one has helped the 200-bed shelter at the same location run more efficiently.
Assembly members say they have fundamental problems with the utilities’ plan, the process that produced it and the property tax impacts.
At 19,000-people strong, the group can help you find everything from a hedgehog to a plumber. Sometimes “Olives” go above and beyond.
A woman stole a memory card from a truck. The gruesome footage is now key to an Alaska murder trial.
The trial of Brian Steven Smith, accused of killing two Alaska Native women, is set to begin more than four years after the memory card was turned in.
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