Dec 29, 2013
Anchorage Daily News
Andrew Halcro: It's time for a downtown renaissance
From its humble beginnings as a collection of tents to the trendy restaurants that now dot every corner, Anchorage's core has a rich history of enduring and overcoming everything from earthquakes to pipeline booms.
FYI - November 6
Don't forget to change batteries Chances are, you've already caught on that Daylight Savings Time recently ended.
Alaska News Nightly: October 14, 2013
Karluk Manner, an apartment complex for homeless alcoholics in Anchorage, has been open nearly two years.
Museum writes book about dig
The Alutiiq Museum is has almost finished a book that documents more than 30 years of research and collections from the Karluk One archaeological site.
Study: Drinking rate drops at Karluk Manor
A University of Alaska Anchorage study concludes that homeless alcoholics reduced their consumption of alcohol after moving into a converted hotel that gives them a place to live.