In recent weeks, there has been an increase of homeless tents popping up near downtown, and even though Anchorage police still actively enforce the illegal camps, the campers say they plan on coming back.
Fighting back against the rise of sexually transmitted diseases in Alaska, one organization is using unconventional methods to get people's attention -- and there's one group in particular it's targeting.
Butte residents take matters in to their own hands to stop river from reaching property. The rising river has threatened Butte homes for about a week now. Residents living close recently got a permit to improving barriers themselves.
Most Anchorage teenagers aren't going to find many summer jobs like those offered by the Youth Employment in Parks program. YEP, as it's also called, puts its employees to work on Anchorage's trails, helping them to build future careers.
While using a seat belt may seem like a no-brainer, the Anchorage Police Department says there's still a lot of people who aren't wearing them before drivers take to local roads for the Fourth of July holiday.
With a combination of art, chocolate and food, a Midtown business offers Anchorage residents something to satisfy many palates. Channel 2's Marti Glaser pays an Alaska Bites visit to Modern Dwellers Chocolate Lounge to see just how sweet it is.
According to the Institute of Medicine, one-third of Americans live with chronic pain. Some people use medication to relieve that pain, while others seek out physical therapy or even surgery in severe cases.
Marcus says your kids may be on approach for "Planes: Fire and Rescue," the latest entry in Pixar's ever-expanding "Cars" franchise, but it might not fly for adults. The PG animated film features the voices of Dane Cook, Julie Bowen and Ed Harris.
The UAA Consortium Library now houses a special collection of Anchorage Times news article clippings from 1951 to the mid-1980s -- which retired Anchorage Daily News research librarian Sharon Palmisano moved to save when she feared it might be thrown away.
While restaurants are at the core of Lunchbox, I’m always on the lookout for unorthodox stops, something that’s new on levels beyond its opening date. Some recent word of mouth got me interested in just such a place near the station.