Journalists in Alaska’s largest city can now thank Nome’s Nate Perkins for doing their job for them. He was the first to identify 23-year-old Tyler Haroldson as the pilot who crashed his […]
When a public official refuses to take a reporter’s questions, what is a journalist to do? Go to court to demand a judge order the official to do so? Well, that’s exactly […]
The little noticed public transportation system in Alaska’s largest city appears on the verge of getting more attention than the managers of People Mover ever imagined. Think of a mobile version of […]
Maybe part of what’s wrong with journalism today is not journalists, but readers. You don’t have to engage in many conversations about the news to find people whose main complaint is that […]
Milo bombs Alaska
News commentary Lost your job? Tired of the hate from all the haters you’ve inspired? What ya gonna do? Road trip!
Time to stand up
Commentary If journalists are truly concerned about “fake news” or “false news,” there is a simple solution. Call out the people doing shoddy journalism and explain why readers should be concerned as […]