Just a day after two federal lawsuits involving the Pebble Mine were in the news, mine opponents Friday are hailing the Alaska Supreme Court’s decisions on two state cases.
Chamberlain will contribute to the initiative by sharing her more than 20 years of experience studying ACEs, or Adverse Childhood Experiences.
Clean up and assessment work continues following a diesel spill in southern Cook Inlet over the weekend.
On April 25th, Pastor Mike Sloan and his group were on a plane from Bangkok to Kathmandu when the earthquake struck.
Hip hop is more than just music and dancing; it’s a culture based on bringing people together.
The state says the nursing home had plenty of prior warning that it needed to improve.
According to a release from NOAA, the plan will structure efforts to bring the whales back up to a healthy population size.
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.