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23 years missing: Family holds out hope they will find loved one
Stephanie Juarez, of Seattle, is not looking for bargains in downtown Anchorage, she's in search of information. "I was wondering if you would hang up some signs, we have a missing sister," Juarez asked owners of the Alaska Mint.
Forecasters say Southcentral Alaska snowstorm will last through early Monday
Southcentral Alaska from the Kenai Peninsula to the Susitna Valley can expect snowfall continuing Sunday night through Monday morning, the National Weather Service said. In Anchorage, light snow falling in late afternoon was expected to intensify through the evening, peaking between midnight and 3 a
Ever-expanding 49th State Brewing Co. set to explode into Ship Creek
49th State Brewing Company got too big for its brewing britches a long time ago when it first built the brewpub in Healy in 2010. A seven-barrel brew system was being sourced with the hopes of feeding their other businesses in "the canyon," or Denali Village, 13 miles north of the Park's entrance. T
Were you in an area that shook the hardest? Researchers map shaking felt across Anchorage in big quake
ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - Data gathered in the aftermath of last month's earthquake is helping to minimize structural damage in future events, according to a geotechnical engineer. That engineer is John Thornley, who wears many hats, including serving as geotechnical engineer for Golder Associates and chai
Anchorage: 5 Latest Homes To Hit The Market
ANCHORAGE, AK — On the hunt for a new house nearby, but getting tired of browsing through the same old real-estate listings again and again? You've come to the right place! To keep you in the game, we've got an up-to-date batch of new listings nearby.
Gynecologic cancers: diagnosis, treatment and prevention
Gynecologic cancers include cancers originating in the cervix, ovaries, uterus, vagina, and vulva. These cancers are quite diverse. Cervical cancer has proven methods of screening for early diagnosis, successful and life-saving treatment options and is now a vaccine-preventable disease. Ovarian canc
Palmer man last seen in August remains missing
Earl ‘Rocky’ Ashworth, 56, went on a trip with four friends to explore a gold mine in Hope Aug. 10, according to his mother Joyce Farley. Ashworth was reported missing that evening, and he has yet to be found.
Anchorage man indicted on child porn charges
A 32-year-old Anchorage man has been charged with possession and distribution of child pornography. A release from U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder office on Friday stated that a federal grand jury indicted Michael John Collier with one count each of of distribution of child pornography and possession o
Alaska man charged with ISIS-related threats at Lafayette College, school president says
An Alaska man is behind a series of tweets in May claiming a Lafayette College student had converted to Islam, joined ISIS and threatened an attack on the campus, according to an email distributed Saturday by the college president.
Should I stay or should I go now?
Last winter, my 30th straight in Alaska, I began to plot my route. First stop: Swamp Blues Harp (harmonica) master Lazy Lester – Paradise California… Second stop: Harrison, Arkansas and on to hang with the one and only Gary ‘Alaska’ Sloan.
This Northern Lights Train In Alaska Is An Adventure That You Don’t Want To Miss
Alaska is home to some pretty stellar landscapes; this is not news to us. One of the best things about living here is getting to indulge in sights that the rest of the country, or even the world, don’t get to witness very often. For instance, seeing the northern lights may be a bucket list item for
Dunleavy weighs fate of $43 billion gas line plan
It’s the $43 billion question for Gov. Mike Dunleavy: What to do with the Alaska LNG megaproject?. For now, the new governor wants to learn more about it before setting a course.
Alaska has climate solutions
Alaska, the state warming twice as fast as the rest of the nation, is a canary in the coal mine for climate disruption. Across the state, the effects of climate change are being experienced – in some areas much more poignantly and life-altering than others.
A Trip Inside Alaska’s Frozen Caves Is Positively Surreal
Inside one of Alaska’s incredible glaciers is a magical place that looks like it’s from a dream. The Mendenhall Ice Caves are absolutely beautiful, glittering with an unearthly blue and shimmering in the cool light. You’ll adore a visit to the ice caves in Alaska for a winter adventure you’ll never
How were roads in Alaska repaired so quickly after the earthquake?
This combination photo shows a part of Minnesota Drive, left, that collapsed after an earthquake in Anchorage, Alaska, on Nov. 30, 2018, and the same part of the road after it was repaired on Dec. 5. The collapsed off-ramp in Alaska's largest city after the destructive force of a magnitude 7.0 earth
Shooting Suspect Tristan Grant Taken into Custody for Shooting Girlfriend
Anchorage police have arrested the suspect in the early morning shooting incident that took place on the 200-block of East 12th Avenue on Wednesday morning, APD revealed. According to the report, a call went in to APD dispatch at approximately 3:10 am reporting a shooting that occurred at a multi-fa
Tax by ordinance coming soon?
The Anchorage Assembly has scheduled a work session this afternoon on the proposed ordinance that would lead to imposition of a flat 5 percent retail sales tax on all alcohol sales in the city.
Anchorage man charged with assault in shooting of girlfriend
Anchorage police have arrested a 33-year-old man suspected of shooting a woman at a home. Tristan Grant is charged with felony assault, weapons misconduct and violation of conditions of release in the shooting Wednesday.
Incredible photos show how Alaska's damaged roads were repaired and reopened just FOUR DAYS after 7.0 earthquake
A new video shows how rapidly the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities was able to repair the vast damage a 7.0 magnitude earthquake did last Friday. Aerial views of the damage and repair process taken by Alaska Aerial Media showed the before and after of four consistent days of
Fairbanks man arrested in Anchorage on charges of First Degree Murder
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - A Fairbanks man was arrested in Anchorage and charged with first degree murder in the November 21st death of 56-year-old Jose Raul Santiago in Fairbanks. On Tuesday, Alaska State Troopers released surveillance video showing a white Volvo S-U-V pulling a rolled up piece of carpeti