Alaska jazz composer and trumpet player Yngvil Vatn Guttu kicks off the Alaska Original concert series Thursday @360.
The repairs should be complete by completed by late March or early April.
Reports of bird carcasses along Kodiak’s shores started in April and May. By August things had gotten worse.
If the ordinance passes, Anchorage will become the first city in Alaska to put full protections for gender and sexuality into law.
More than $18,000 has been raised for the daughters of Seth Fairbanks, the pilot from Bethel who died after a plane crash in early August.
An Anchorage group is examining economic options to cope with Army downsizing in the years ahead. The Base Economic Analysis Review, or BEAR group, held its second meeting Wednesday.
Dr. Sarah Spencer wants to give naloxone kits to patients who are at risk. She says overdoses are relatively rare in small communities, but they happen often enough.
Ride-sharing service Uber has agreed to pay the state $77,925 because they misclassified drivers as independent contractors instead of employees.
The small community of Chiniak, which is down the road from Kodiak, has been evacuated. The community library reportedly was burned up in the fire.
Everyone has a story to tell, but it may not be the story you’d expect. An Anchorage non-profit called StoryWorks is helping teenagers find their stories.