Career teachers with master's degrees waiting tables to make ends meet

Career teachers with master's degrees waiting tables to make ends meet

ASD middle school teacher Danielle Riha has a master's degree and is working on her PhD. After work, she picks up shifts at a local restaurant to make ends meet, and says that almost every teacher she knows also has a second job, either coaching, working summer school or shiftwork at a local restaurant.

Sand Lake homeowner gives tour of foundation damage

FEMA announced it will pay for foundation damage up to $34,900.

Memorial for former South High student Sladen Mohl held in California

A memorial was held for Girdwood's Sladen Mohl at El Camino College in Torrance, Calif. on Monday.

Mat-Su Homeless Programs fear budget cuts from state

Mat-Su Family Promise is concerned that a $100,000 cut from its state funds might end several homeless prevention programs.

Junior Olympic Trap and Skeet Competition

Sharp shooting was on display for the final day of the Alaska State Junior Olympic Trap and Skeet Competition

DHSS to revise API contract with Wellpath

Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Commissioner Adam Crum says the state and Wellpath have altered their contract regarding the management of the Alaska Psychiatric Institute.