The beginning of the end of the year 2019 – the warmest in Alaska history – drew to an end in the state’s largest city in the style of the new-normal weather […]
If you can write, if you have a heartfelt sense of commitment to an informed society, and if you harbor a burning desire for adventure, the Atwood Chair of Journalism at the […]
With the polar vortex up to Halloween tricks, Alaska’s largest city is surfing toward November on a wave of weather historically more like early September than late October. It has left some […]
The biggest story of the week in Alaska? Well, you’ve already seen the headline and the photo above so you know, although the moose in the picture topping the story posted by […]
Attorney Jeffery Robinson in court Wednesday explaining the legal principal that netted editor Tony Hopfinger almost $1 million/Craig Medred photo This is a developing story After deliberating for less than […]
Commentary The United States is a country where appearance matters – matters a lot; a country where fears sometimes run wild; and a country today caught up in a pre-occupation with self. […]
Most Alaskans live in neighborhoods full of guns. Should they be afraid?
Fresh off the deadliest year in Alaska history, the 49th state’s largest city is continuing on a murderous pace that – if it continues – would rank Anchorage among the country’s top-20 […]