The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic is far from over, but already it can claim its place as the worst national disaster to strike the U.S in the lifetimes of nearly everyone reading this. As […]
Coming off the warmest year in Alaska history, the 49th state’s largest city has now racked up four months in a row with average temperatures below normal, according to National Weather […]
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 […]
Thirty years ago, the Anchorage Daily News won a Pulitzer Prize for chronicling the problems of rural Alaska in a series titled “People in Peril.” “Across the state, the Eskimos, […]
Despite being dragged down by Anchorage’s lack of sidewalks and its disconnected network of multi-use/bike trails, Alaska’s largest city scores big in the American Fitness Index just released by American College of […]
News Analysis The United Fishermen of Alaska (UFA) has issued its annual report on who got the fish of the 49th state, and the winner is? Outside fishing interests.
Commentary With Super Bowl LII headed for Minneapolis in February, cold is the new hot, or so Minnesotans would like you to believe. Having already stolen the fat bike from Alaska, the […]