Officials, stakeholders try to tackle Mountain View's staggering unemployment rate

Alaska’s labor commissioner said Thursday that she was aghast to learn that Mountain View’s unemployment rate last year was 18 percent. It’s even higher now at 22 percent.


Excavation of a 1,100-footlong trench along the Old Glenn Highway near Butte began today in an attempt to direct the flow of the Matanuska River away from the soft riverbank and back toward the middle of the river.


An administrative order issued by Gov. Walker in February to combine functions of the Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission with the Department of Fish and Game has been put on hold as the governor seeks more input from fishermen.



Juneau Police say a school bus with students on board was struck by an accidentally-fired bullet on Wednesday.


State Fair goes smoke-free


UPDATE: Power restored to ML&P customers in East Anchorage after outage


Watch: Singing Uber driver shares deeper meaning behind his songs


Alaska prison farm helps food bank meet demand


Police search for Benjamin Schubert, a halfway house escapee


Cruise line CEO details Alaska bear mauling of 2 workers


It's about to turn brighter and warmer


Borough takes no action on invocation after appeal to Satan


Watch: Singing Uber driver shares deeper meaning behind his songs


Collision on Glenn Highway inbound slows down morning commute


The Alaska State Fair starts Thursday! Here's what to expect


Police force beefs up ranks as city grapples with gangs


Governor appoints Nicholas Miller to Alaska's marijuana control board


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ASD introduces new active shooter training


Consultant: Alaska LNG ‘one of the least competitive’ for Asian contracts


In court filing, Alaska sides with states seeking to investigate Exxon


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