1 hr ago | Anchorage Daily News
An Anchorage market owner allegedly let recipients of federal food assistance get cash for their benefits instead of food, while he took a cut of the money, according to an indictment.
2 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News
Matthew Dennis, 9, operates his lemonade stand on Little Tree Street in Anchorage on Satuday afternoon, May 25, 2013.
5 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News
BOB HALLINEN / Anchorage Daily News Sean Churchfield, Shell Operation Manager for Alaska, answers questions during a US Coast Guard hearing, on Saturday, May 25, 2013, into the grounding of the Shell Oil Company drill ship Kulluk.
6 hrs ago | Peninsula Clarion
An elderly neighbor is in need of more firewood. Unbeknownst to him, a neighbor much younger than he has already gone out to begin chopping and splitting wood.
10 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities announces that these state employees have earned the Certified Member designation from the American Association of Airport Executives : - Timothy Coons, Lake Hood Manager; - Aaron Danielson, Fairbanks Airport Police & Fire Sergeant; - Oren Fallon, Fairbanks Airport Operations Officer; - ... (more)
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Serve Alaska, the state's service corporation in partnership with the Corporation for National and Community Service, has selected Alaskan Nancy Dahlstrom as the new Executive Director.
The former postmaster in Emmonak has been charged with stealing more than $172,000 in cash from letters, packages and other mail.
Anchorage, Alaska Anchorage-based KPB Architects is working with local engineers and contractors to assist in the design and construction of a large retail center at the corner of C Street and 104th Avenue.
Anchorage company enters into contract for Patterson rig 191; planned well is adjacent to producing West McArthur River oil field Cook Inlet Energy LLC says it has contracted a rig to drill its Sword well adjacent to the company's producing West McArthur River field.
This snapshot of the remote Pavlof volcano -located about 625 miles southwest of Anchorage, Alaska, along the Aleutian Islands-undergoing a massive eruption was captured from the International Space Station on May 18.
The Alaska Housing Finance Corp. announced this week that 660 of the 1,628 units they own and manage statewide will no longer allow smoking inside as of Aug.
A Kokhanok woman has been indicted in the 2012 death of a man thrown from a four-wheeler she was driving, according to state prosecutors.
The surviving pilot Kevin Earp, of Eagle River, told investigators he did not hear the other pilot on a frequency commonly used in that area, according to an NTSB factual report released this week.
The Alaska Housing Finance Corp. is seeking comments on a plan to ban smoking in more than 600 of its public housing units.
A Georgia woman said she is thankful to be alive after a 20-foot section of a 747 cargo plane's wing fell off before part of it came crashing into her home.
Before the passengers could experience the unique midnight sun experience as a result of the flight's routing, Birkir Holm Icelandair's CEO; Luis Arrega, US Ambassador to Iceland; Alaska Commissioner, Susan Bell; and Bjorn Oli Hauksson CEO of Isavia, cut the celebratory ribbon.