On Thursday, troopers rushed to a residence in Nikiski after receiving a call reporting a child in possible danger.
With $2490 in support from the Rasmuson Foundation, the Alutiiq Museum has purchased three skin bags made by Alutiiq artist Coral Chernoff. Each hand-sewn bag represents the exploration of Alutiiq skin sewing with Alutiiq designs with hand-processed materials.
ANCHORAGE: School Board candidate Don Smith went on a racist tirade in an interview with APRN, saying that Anchorage’s diverse student body “clearly is causing problems,” and Smith lamented that “we can’t tell all these people to go back to Indonesia or Africa or whatever country they came from.”
Even as U.N. members have declined to recognize the annexation of the Ukrainian region of Crimea, Russia is moving more troops to their borders with that country according to reports.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska â€” The Coast Guard and Petersburg Search and Rescue located and rescued a boater from a small island south of Petersburg Tuesday.
Washington, D.C. â€“ On the 50th Anniversary of the 1964 Earthquake, Alaskan Congressman Don Young shared a firsthand account of the Good Friday earthquake, in addition to the devastating destruction in communities across the state, improvements to earthquake and tsunami monitoring systems, and the resilience of the Alaskan people.
Public School Supporters Plan Second Rally to Show Strong Community Support for Increased Funding for Alaska’s Schools
Where: Z.J. Loussac Public Library, 3600 Denali Street, Anchorage When: 12-1 p.m., Saturday, March 29, 2014 Speakers: Rally begins at noon with West High School ROTC Color Guard and the National Anthem by a 6th Grader from Denali Montessori School. The program includes members of Great Alaska Schools, Anchorage School District and UAA Students, Dimond […]
Magnitude 9.2: The 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake is a short video relating how the largest quake in U.S. history had profound and lasting impacts on our lives. The video features USGS geologist George Plafker who, in the 1960's, correctly interpreted the quake as a subduction zone event. This was a great leap forward in resolving […]
At the 50th anniversary of one of the worldâ€™s largest earthquakes, State Seismologist Mike West says Alaskans might learn a lesson from New Zealand.