Though serious crimes like homicide, sexual assaults, and theft nudged slightly down from 2013 to 2014, it was not in every category.
An organization in Anchorage is trying to change the outcome for former foster kids and other young adults who need to learn the skills to live independently.
The Matanuska Susitna Borough Assembly begins it’s budget sessions this week A worksession on April 30 starts the process, with public hearings to follow starting on May 4.
West Anchorage High Senior Maeva Ordaz won the national Poetry Out Loud competition this week in Washington DC. It’s the first time an Alaskan has both reached the finals and won.
A theater production coming to Anchorage this week honors the accomplishments of a little known character in Alaska’s history.
Document alleges Berkowitz improperly used copyrighted material in campaign without disclosing any corporate donation.
We meet Anchorage’s own saxophone sensation and the local musical legends who have helped guide him through Alaska’s music scene.
The Anchorage School District plans to cut 57 currently-filled positions next year because of a $16.7 million funding cut from the state legislature. They will also eliminate the pilot programs but keep sports.
New documents are coming to light that complicate the biography of Anchorage mayoral candidate Amy Demboski.
Think about being 16 and standing in front of friends and strangers telling a story. Your story. That’s what Story Works Alaska is teaching local students to do.