Kevin Whitley is a vision-impaired athlete competing in the Tour of Anchorage on Sunday, with the help of a guide wearing a boombox.
What’s the route this year? How are trail conditions? We answer those questions and more.
Lori Townsend and her guest Kikkan Randall explore what it would take to bring World Cup ski races to Anchorage.
At this point, a Ravn Alaska spokesperson says none of its nine Alaska destinations will be eliminated, but they can expect fewer flights.
Benson, known for her presence on both Alaska-based TV shows and the state's political stage, spoke about her role in the recent HBO series.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created after the Great Recession of 2007-09, has increasingly started policing the health care system.
Unalaska City Council members had lost confidence that the project would be completed on a reasonable timeline.
Advocates of the 500-mile trail network say there has been enough progress to draw long-distance hikers this summer, as they seek state support for more.
Sen. Jesse Kiehl, D-Juneau, says the bill aims to make the property assessment process in the state more fair and transparent for residents.
The Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission says upstream mining in Canada violates tribes' right to a healthy environment.
Family members and advocates for Kathleen Henry and Veronica Abouchuk attended every day of Brian Smith's horrific trial in their deaths.
The city’s former downtown library closed in 1986.
The FAA says Boeing has 90 days to come up with a plan to fix quality control issues. Critics say they go far beyond 737 Max door plugs.
Meet Skeetawk manager, Megan Justus, and find out what's in store for the growing ski operation.
The Homer City Council unanimously rejected an ordinance Monday that would require short-term rental operators to register their property.
Multiple Alaska companies have partnered with tribal entities to secure federal broadband funds under the Biden-Harris administration.
Transportation Commissioner Ryan Anderson updated lawmakers Wednesday on the revised State Transportation Improvement Plan.
Opponents testified that the bill would threaten Alaskans’ abortion rights.
Rep. Ben Carpenter, R-Nikiski, said it would protect the dividend from competing with other budget priorities.
Rep. Julie Coulombe says the bill is an effort to ease the strain on Alaska families who are facing rising child care costs and limited availability.
Anchorage School Board reinstates most classroom budget cuts after passage of bipartisan education bill
The school board has until July to make changes if additional state funding falls through.
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