A new Career Pathways course geared toward non-native English speakers is being offered at the Kenai River Campus Learning Center at Kenai Peninsula College (KPC) starting Tuesday.
Rare is it that a sports team comes along with the ability to dominate its competition to a degree that the outcome is a near guarantee.
Less than two weeks after the unveiling of the GOP Obamacare replacement, the party is already staring into the abyss.
The first time Bill Armstrong met former Gov. Sean Parnell several years back he pointed at a map of the North Slope and told him where he intended to find a huge amount of oil.
A coalition of state and business leaders is working on a five-year economic strategy for Alaska.
Hilcorp plans to observe the methane release from its leaking Cook Inlet pipeline by using sensor buoys to make weekly water quality samples and twice-monthly air samples, and to monitor effects on wildlife with twice-weekly helicopter surveys covering an approximately five-mile radius of the leak.
Alaska State Troopers have arrested a Kasilof man charged with kidnapping and assault who had evaded police.
Our little family is compromised of two very different personality types.
Five million dollars or ten million? Payment in dollars, British pounds or gold? In Washington, D.C., Russian envoy Eduard de Stoeckl and Secretary of State William H. Seward dickered for years about transferring Alaska.