The Alaska Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Forestry has a new focus on combating wildfires by using emergency firefighters to conduct preventative efforts to reduce large, complex wildfires during the summer months
A father’s six-year fight to expose what he calls “potentially deadly guardrails” came to an end on Tuesday in a Tennessee courtroom. Steve Eimers sued Lindsay Corporation, the manufacturer of the X-Lite guardrail, after his 17-year-old daughter, Hannah, was killed when her car slammed into an X-Lite guardrail in Tennessee in 2016.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has signed the budget for the fiscal year that starts on Friday, announcing over $400 million in vetoes to a spending plan that is partly predicated on the continuation of high oil prices.
Rising inflation has changed the way consumers save money, according to NerdWallet. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa has expert advice on how you can take advantage of increasing interest rates, while staying prepared for emergencies.
With little notice that the mayor’s office has decided to use the East Anchorage park for authorized use for homeless individuals this summer, it is causing alarm from community leaders, who now have decided to take action.
Akis Gialopsos currently serves as deputy chief of staff for Gov. Dunleavy, as well as legislative director. Gialopsos also spent time as chief of staff to Cathy Giessel, at the time the president of the state Senate of the 31st Alaska Legislature.
New tools on could help you build your credit score. Experian Boost and UltraFICO now use information from utilities, cell phone bills, and other recurring services to determine your credit worthiness.
An Anchorage wildfire that brought out a full response Thursday afternoon was brought under control late Thursday night. Anchorage Fire Department Assistant Chief Alex Boyd said the unified command that tackled the fire near Dowling and Elmore Roads was turned over to the Division of Forestry around 11 p.m. and crews were sent home for the night.
Ahead of the 2022 special primary election to serve the remainder of the late Rep. Don Young’s term, Alaska’s News Source Assistant News Director Rebecca Palsha asked candidates to share information about their campaigns — including their position on Roe V. Wade.
A judge has ruled that Alaska elections officials do not need to put the fifth-place finisher in this month’s U.S. House special primary on the upcoming special election ballot in place of a candidate who withdrew.
Passion is flowing outside the Supreme Court after a conservative leaning bench ruled 6 to 3 in Dobb's versus Jackson Women's Health Organization. Washington News Bureau correspondent Peter Zampa is on the scene.
An Alaska State Trooper and an unarmed female passenger were injured by gunfire when three troopers and two Fairbanks police officers fired their weapons on 57-year-old Amos Lane of Anchorage after an early-morning pursuit in Fairbanks, which resulted in the death of Lane.
Protecting personal information is critical in the digital age, but according to experts, a simple web search of your name will likely return your age, date of birth or even home address. We show you ways to try to remove your personal information.
Mat-Su College paramedic students participated in a simulation Wednesday working with LifeMed accident response. The students responded to two different scenarios involving a simulated bicycle a collision with a motor vehicle.