Friday Jun 14
Bible theft alleged
A bizarre attempted car theft ended with a 27-year-old Washington state man in jail after police established an eye-catching perimeter in Chugiak on Sunday, June 2. Anchorage police said they responded to a report of a disturbance that day at the Security Self Storage on the Old Glenn Highway in Chugiak.
Friday Jun 14
Picturing the past
Eagle River's Zane Treesh poses with his new book, "Eagle River" during a visit to the Star's offices on Monday, June 10. Treesh, who grew up in Eagle River, recently authored the pictorial history of the Eagle River area for Arcadia Publishing.
Volunteers needed as city prepares to host governor's picnic July 25
The annual governor's summer picnics started in 1959 when Alaska became the 49th state.
House fire claims Chugiak home
According to the Chugiak Volunteer Fire Department, a fire was reported at around 12:30 a.m. When crews arrived, an attached garage was fully engulfed in flames, said CVFD spokesman Jeff Hartley.
Anchorage Daily News
Glenn Highway reopens after nine-car accident
A nine-car accident clogged traffic on the Glenn Highway in Chugiak for nearly two hours Tuesday morning, according to Anchorage police.
Photo gallery: Memorial Day 2013
Shelby Richmond, of Wasilla, sits next to the gravesite of her great-grandfather, Clifford Lacy, following a Memorial Day ceremony held Monday, May 27 at the Fort Richardson National Cemetery on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. Tom Meacham, of Bugles Across America, plays Echo Taps during a Memorial Day ceremony held Monday, May 27 at the Fort ... (more)
Schoola s out forever
The last day of the 2012-13 school year is today , while tomorrow is the last day for teachers - marking the end of three longtime teachers' careers.
Council speaks out against monofill
Chugiak's Scott Girard points to a map showing property within one mile of a proposed monofill dump site.
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Movers + Shakers
Six Alaskans have been awarded Fulbright awards to study, lecture or conduct research abroad for the 2002-2003 academic year.
Every racer in the Iron Dog has a reason for wanting to make the 2,000-mile run across the frozen Alaska wilderness.