Alaskans marked Elizabeth Peratrovich Day on Saturday, in honor of the Tlingit woman whose testimony to the territorial legislature helped pass an Anti-Discrimination Act in … more
A court has ordered a homeowner in a Fairbanks neighborhood to shut down their two outdoor, wood-fired boilers.
The final round of the annual marine science competition pitted Team Pogonophoraphobia from JDHS against the Mat-Tsunamis from Mat Su Career & Technical High School in Wasilla.
The proposed Mendenhall Valley library has its first funding toward planning, permitting and design.
Oil taxes remain the legislature’s top issue this week, with six hearings scheduled on Gov. Sean Parnell’s bill to bring them down. But there’s also plenty else going on in Juneau, from consideration of education and home energy bills to visits from state dignitaries.
The University of Alaska Anchorage is seeking permission to land a big jet at the airfield in Anchorage.
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is recognizing arts education efforts in Alaska’s Capital City.
In the legislature, a bill that would increase funding for schools has been introduced.
Pick up your dog’s poop as soon as it’s dropped, or risk a fine.
Auke Bay Elementary School students were in new classrooms for the first time Wednesday morning, after months of renovation.