With the polls closed and preliminary results in, it looks like Nome will be saying “Hello Central” to a new mayor. With 352 votes for Richard Beneville and 229 for Denise Michels, Beneville will replace Michels, who has held the job since 2003.
The University of Alaska Anchorage is launching the state's first entirely local pharmacy program in partnership with Idaho State University.
Outcome of tight Mat Su Borough mayor's race may not be official for a while.
A new dating website with a familiar parent company familiar is an attempt at diversifying revenues, shedding light on the unconventional ways media groups are trying to find money to pay for the news. Download Audio
State tallies $50k in consultant fees prepping for Obama visit; Chief justice Dana Fabe to retire; Court subpoenas emails of Pebble opponents; 3 suicides in a week leave Hooper Bay distraught; Muni planning commission approves controversial Elmore extension; Looking for love: Newspaper diversifies revenue stream with dating website; For middle schoolers to love Shakespeare, they must know Shakespeare Download Audio
Gov. Bill Walker's administration spent $50,000 on Washington, D.C., consultants to help prepare them for a visit by President Barack Obama. Download Audio
Alaska Supreme Court Justice Dana Fabe was the first woman appointed to serve on the court and the first woman to serve as chief justice. She announced plans to retire next summer. Download Audio
The Pebble mine is back in the news this week. Dozens of Pebble opponents were issued subpoenas as part of a lawsuit in federal court. That lawsuit alleges EPA was coordinating improperly with some of the mine’s opponents, and is now in the discovery phase. Download Audio
Three suicide deaths in the past week have rocked the community of Hooper Bay. Troopers believe all three victims were connected. Download Audio
Anchorage's Planning and Zoning Commission last night [Monday] voted unanimously to move forward with the Northern Access Project. The controversial road would connect Elmore Road and Bragaw Street through the city's U-Med district. But it needs to clear several more hurdles before it's built. Download Audio