The recent announcement of a $21 million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to the Alaska Energy Authority is a promising sign to those who are involved in the planning and negotiation processes for the expansion. The funding is to be utilized in developing an constructions a $90 million, 190,000 square-foot cold storage facility.
A collection of photographs believed to be the largest collection taken by a Tlingit person will soon give anyone wanting to learn more about the history and culture of Angoon a unique window into the past.
Tyonek the beluga gained notoriety when stranded as a calf in Alaska in September of 2017. After being nursed back to health here in the state the whale would ultimately be sent down to San Antonio Seaworld where he now draws attention to the plight of the endangered Cook Inlet beluga population.
In any given month during the last two years, the number of people walking away from Anchorage’s halfway houses could be counted on one hand. Some months passed with no one walking away. But in August, eight people did.
Teachers and parents concerned about contract negotiations between the Mat-Su Borough School District and the local teachers union filled the public testimony time at a regular board meeting Wednesday.
Folding phones appear to be the next wave of cell phone technology, because apparently everything old is new again... and in Today's Tech Beat Tik-Tok is learning that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Details from The Morning Edition's Austin Sjong.
The holiday season, especially this year, might as well be called the "shop-online season"and now that masks have become part of our everyday life, why not add a little tech, details from the Morning Edition's Austin Sjong..