Every summer, Homer and the surrounding area is inundated by a transient population that’s come to work for eco-friendly businesses.
For students and teachers in the village of Nanwalek, this academic year will likely be very different from years past.
People don’t usually plan to experience homelessness; life just takes unexpected turns. But for some guests of the Brother Francis Shelter in Anchorage, like Michael Hindman, the experience leaves them with more hope than anything else.
State Assistant Attorney General Adam Alexander says the case was not about the morality or legality of prostitution.
As part of the Alaskan Command’s Red Flag exercises this summer, two dozen Japanese paratroopers are training with Army soldiers based at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.
The VA is struggling in Alaska to rebuild trust as policy changes unfold from Washington, D.C. all the way to the state’s most remote clinics.
Another provision says that people will be required to use restrooms and locker rooms appropriate to their gender presentation regardless of their assigned sex at birth.
The ferry Aurora is out of service a week earlier than expected after a crack was found in its hull.
After two recent shooting deaths of local teenagers, more than 60 people marched through the rain in East Anchorage Sunday afternoon to raise awareness of violence in the community.
“I think the revival of local food systems is all about building and strengthening community ties,” says a fermentation evangelist whose nickname is “Sandorkraut.”