Trending

ktuu-logo-40x25

Business Top Stories

Anchorage food truck pushing for liquor license

Anchorage weighs liquor license for mobile food businesses

A coffee and lunchtime spot that operates out of a refurbished conex and opened just over a year ago at the edge of Downtown is pushing for a liquor license, required to serve beer and wine.

Sag River flooding encroaches on Deadhorse airport

Flooding on a river near Deadhorse is threatening the community's airport, according to the state Department of Transportation.

Lease allows Shell's drilling fleet to use Seattle port

Shell rig prompts Seattle violation notice as drilling foes block port entry

 Foes of Royal Dutch Shell's use of a Seattle terminal to prepare for exploratory oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean have attacked on two fronts as a few hundred protesters blocked port entrances and the City of Seattle declared that Shell and its maritime host lacked a proper permit.

City worries about water contamination from salvage yard

Houston officials say illegal salvage yard could be contaminating water

Houston city officials say a salvage yard along the Parks Highway just within city limits is currently operating illegally and has been for years.

Owners of 4th Avenue Theatre ask for tax break for major makeover project

Something exciting for the iconic downtown landmark is in the works.

LNG Meeting

AK LNG open house brings out Nikiski crowd

More than 130 people came out to the Nikiski Recreation Center in the first half hour of an open house Thursday for the Alaska LNG project.

MEA Power cost

Matanuska Electric Association: Confusion swirling about rate hikes

In the midst of an election for three board member seats for an electric company, confusion is swirling about rate hikes and project costs.

Money

Real Estate

Anchorage food truck pushing for liquor license

There are currently no severe weather alerts.
Advertisement

Most Popular

Advertisement

Toolbox

Advertisement