ANCHORAGE - Stan Stephens, an Alaska tourism leader whose passion for Prince William Sound took new form after the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill, died Saturday, his family said. He was 78.
ANCHORAGE - A year and a half after Anchorage rejected a gay rights ballot measure that deeply divided the city, the gay and lesbian community is being not only embraced but promoted from an unexpected quarter: the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce.
ANCHORAGE - On Friday evening, after all the human patients were finished for the day at the Alaska Spine Institute's imaging center, a dead killer whale calf underwent a CT scan and an MRI.
ANCHORAGE - The first batch of new, more accurate Alaska maps that will eventually cover the whole state is out and free to the public as part of a state and federal project to replace old topographic maps that date back 50 years or more. U.S.
...and Paula Dobbyn and Bill White teamed up for third in the investigative category. Taking honorable mentions were Lisa Demer (government), Debra McKinney (lifestyles), Doug O'Harra (short feature) and Cinthia Ritchie (long feature...
...provide a curious citizen with an alternative viewpoint. A quick Google search on "Veterans Ridge, Anchorage" brings up Lisa Demer's Anchorage Daily News article, "Mountain View homeless camp cleared out," where it clearly states that this previous...
ANCHORAGE - Former state probation officer James R. Stanton already has served jail time for targeting vulnerable women in his basement office at the Nesbett Courthouse downtown.
ANCHORAGE - A loud campaign over a ballot measure to provide management of coastal projects in Alaska has attracted two former governors on opposite sides -- and big money from industry trying to kill it.
ANCHORAGE - The high-profile effort to crush the Senate bipartisan coalition isn't just about its refusal to lower oil taxes. Social conservatives are latching on, too -- and in a big way.
ANCHORAGE - An idea studied years ago by an oil company for producing vast stores of North Slope natural gas without building a giant pipeline has emerged again, this time before state legislators trying to find relief for residents crushed by heating and electricity costs.Why not convert the natural gas into electricity and transmit it around the state by wires, including to rural and Interior Alaska?
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