Local protest of multinational agribusiness giant focuses on genetically modified salmon
In the blink of an eye, a section of a Washington state bridge—and the cars on it—was gone. The question after the collapse: Can it happen in Alaska?
Assemblyman Dick Traini sent a request to the city managers office Friday morning asking for a breakdown of how the $400,000 grant -- the funding for the ship's trip -- was spent.
Anchorage’s 18 murders in 2012 represent the average for the past four years. Last year, there also were 18 homicides, with 19 in 2010 and 17 in 2009.