Sitka wins national $25,000 healthy community award

Sitka wins national $25,000 healthy community award

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, one of the country's largest charitable organizations focused on health, awarded Sitka with a national healthy community award.

Dave Goldman
Travel Tuesday: Increased air travelers could lead to more money spent in Anchorage

Travel Tuesday: Increased air travelers could lead to more money spent in Anchorage

Julie Saupe with Visit Anchorage joined Daybreak to discuss local impact of 2019's record-breaking traffic numbers.

John Thompson
Wasilla bookstore says goodbye to Grimm the shop dog

Wasilla bookstore says goodbye to Grimm the shop dog

Taylor Jordan said she had to use next month's rent for Black Birch Books to cover the cost of her dog's medical bills before he passed away. An online fundraiser has brought in more than $1,400.

Heather Hintze
Paying out of pocket? Alaska Health Fair offers low-cost blood work, screenings

Paying out of pocket? Alaska Health Fair offers low-cost blood work, screenings

Alaska Health Fair, Inc. is a local nonprofit offering low-cost blood work and preventative screenings in Anchorage and throughout the state.

Liz Raines
DEC confirms recalled ready-to-eat entrees sold in Alaska

DEC confirms recalled ready-to-eat entrees sold in Alaska

Ready-to-eat meals recalled by Mann Packing Co. were sold in Alaska, DEC says.

Shayne Nuesca
Palin says she learned of divorce plans from attorney

Palin says she learned of divorce plans from attorney

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says she learned her husband was seeking a divorce in an email from his attorney.

Associated Press
Full interview: Covenant House Alaska's candlelight vigil and sleep out

Full interview: Covenant House Alaska's candlelight vigil and sleep out

Covenant House Alaska's annual candle light vigil and Executive Sleep Out is Thursday Nov. 21. It is an annual fundraiser and a way to raise awareness in the effort to end youth homelessness and trafficking.

KTVA Web Staff
Judge: Legislature legally forward funded public education for current school year

Judge: Legislature legally forward funded public education for current school year

Superior Court Judge Daniel Schally ruled Gov. Mike Dunleavy's administration "violated their duty to faithfully execute the law."

Steve Quinn
Anchorage headed for warm weather record

Anchorage headed for warm weather record

Records are meant to be broken, but there's a new unbeaten trend happening in Anchorage that some Alaskans hope will stop.

Shannon Ballard
Alaskans gather to honor military members on Veterans Day

Alaskans gather to honor military members on Veterans Day

Across the 49th state and the nation, Alaskans honored current and former members of the U.S. military.

John Thain & Dave Goldman
US habitats to protect humpback whales would reach Alaska

US habitats to protect humpback whales would reach Alaska

The National Marine Fisheries Service has proposed creating critical habitat sites to protect humpback whales that will extend to waters off Alaska.

Associated Press
At 94, Alaska WWII prisoner of war honored on Veterans Day

At 94, Alaska WWII prisoner of war honored on Veterans Day

Walt Fergus, 94, was the guest of honor at the Veterans Day ceremony at the Glenn Massay Theater.

Heather Hintze
Biologists: Alaskans should be 'bear aware' as temperatures delay hibernation

Biologists: Alaskans should be 'bear aware' as temperatures delay hibernation

Biologist Dave Battle said bears are still finding food to eat which may be keeping them from heading to their dens.

Lauren Maxwell
Troopers searching for person of interest in Wasilla triple homicide

Troopers searching for person of interest in Wasilla triple homicide

The Alaska State Troopers want to speak with 51-year-old Juan Camarena, a person of interest in the triple homicide that occurred earlier this month in Wasilla.

Shayne Nuesca
Sens. Murkowski and Sullivan honor Veterans Day

Sens. Murkowski and Sullivan honor Veterans Day

Alaska Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan sent Veterans Day messages for those who have served the country.

Jennifer Summers
Alaska Startup Week offers free seminars, workshops for entrepreneurs

Alaska Startup Week offers free seminars, workshops for entrepreneurs

If you've ever thought about becoming your own boss but wondered where to begin, Alaska Startup Week has you covered. 

Liz Raines
UA Board of Regents approves 2021 operating budget, includes funding for athletic programs

UA Board of Regents approves 2021 operating budget, includes funding for athletic programs

The University of Alaska Board of Regents has approved a 2021 state operating budget, which includes funding for athletic programs.

Scott Gross
Shopping locally to reduce waste with Blue Market AK

Shopping locally to reduce waste with Blue Market AK

At Blue Market AK, customers can fill reusable containers with locally made products. The idea is to eliminate the single-use packaging that goes into the landfill.

Scott Gross
Free downtown Anchorage parking offered to Purple Heart recipients

Free downtown Anchorage parking offered to Purple Heart recipients

EasyPark announced it’s designated certain parking spots in three downtown garages to be free for people who have been awarded the Purple Heart.

Angela Krenzien
Former McLaughlin Youth Center supervisor sentenced for sexual abuse claims innocence, vows to appeal

Former McLaughlin Youth Center supervisor sentenced for sexual abuse claims innocence, vows to appeal

A former juvenile justice officer at the McLaughlin Youth Center, who is now a convicted sex offender, received his sentence Friday morning for crimes he insists he did not commit. 

Daniella Rivera
Marijuana Control Board affirms seizure, hold of Calm N Collective product

Marijuana Control Board affirms seizure, hold of Calm N Collective product

The Marijuana Control Board voted 5-0 Friday to affirm an administrative hold on product from cultivator Calm N Collective.

Angela Krenzien
Mat-Su district waits for funding answers to Houston Middle School earthquake damage

Mat-Su district waits for funding answers to Houston Middle School earthquake damage

The option to repair the gym and admin wing and tear down and replace the two-story classroom area is estimated to cost about $29 million.

Heather Hintze
Alaska judge: APOC abused discretion, should enforce campaign contribution limits

Alaska judge: APOC abused discretion, should enforce campaign contribution limits

An Anchorage superior court judge has ruled that the Alaska Public Offices Commission abused its discretion when dismissing complaints and should enforce an Alaska statute limiting campaign contributions.

Elizabeth Roman
APD names person who died in Westchester Lagoon crash

APD names person who died in Westchester Lagoon crash

Anchorage police say an SUV crashed into Westchester Lagoon Tuesday morning, killing one person.

Caleb Chandler, Lauren Maxwell & Elizabeth Roman
Alaska man pleads guilty to income tax fraud

Alaska man pleads guilty to income tax fraud

65-year-old Jose Luis Arenas pleaded guilty to five counts of aiding and assisting in the preparation of false federal individual income tax returns.

Bryan Dunagan
Do you know what to do after a car crash?

Do you know what to do after a car crash?

In many cases you can skip calling police and instead file your own report online.

Lauren Maxwell
Jet lag? Nah, Baylor's here to play ball

Jet lag? Nah, Baylor's here to play ball

Friday’s Armed Forces Classic represents an exciting experience — and challenge — for many of the Baylor University Bears men’s basketball team.

Dave Goldman
Inside the Gates: Alaska Brigade honors 2 fallen soldiers

Inside the Gates: Alaska Brigade honors 2 fallen soldiers

Two U.S. Army soldiers killed while on deployment to Afghanistan were honored during a dedication memorial after serving their country with the ultimate sacrifice.

Scott Gross
Police recruits chase 'bad guys' on JBER

Police recruits chase 'bad guys' on JBER

Anchorage Police hold driver training for academy recruits.

Joe Vigil
New Carrs store in Anchorage's Midtown Mall set to open Wednesday

New Carrs store in Anchorage's Midtown Mall set to open Wednesday

Store director Lee Darling said the new store has hired between 150-160 people.

Lauren Maxwell
Mat-Su Borough aims to digitize thousands of historical maps

Mat-Su Borough aims to digitize thousands of historical maps

Platting assistant VickiLee Fenster said it's not in the borough's budget so she's looking for outside help to scan maps and blueprints dating back to the late 1800s.

Heather Hintze
Man indicted on attempted murder charge in Gaslight Lounge shooting

Man indicted on attempted murder charge in Gaslight Lounge shooting

A man has been indicted on more than a dozen charges after a shooting at The Gaslight Lounge that left a bar employee seriously injured, according to court documents.

Daniella Rivera
Does a later start to snow season mean less snow?

Does a later start to snow season mean less snow?

Is there a correlation between a late season snowfall and warmer days in Alaska?

Aaron Morrison
APD: Suspect named in shooting that left 1 man dead

APD: Suspect named in shooting that left 1 man dead

Police confirmed the man died from his injuries on Wednesday. They are investigating his death as a homicide.

Elizabeth Roman & Shayne Nuesca
'A complete accident': JBER soldier charged in fatal shooting of former service member

'A complete accident': JBER soldier charged in fatal shooting of former service member

A soldier stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson is facing a charge of manslaughter after allegedly shooting his friend in what he said was an accident, according to court documents. 

Daniella Rivera
State ready to pay up to $600,000 for fight against unions

State ready to pay up to $600,000 for fight against unions

Alaska Attorney General Kevin Clarkson is looking to Washington D.C. for help in defending proposed changes to how the state collects union dues.

Steve Quinn
Dozens mourn the loss of Nancy Xiong

Dozens mourn the loss of Nancy Xiong

Dozens of mourners attended a candlelight vigil to remember and celebrate the life of Nancy Xiong.

Bryan Dunagan
ASD awarded $50,000 for child obesity prevention

ASD awarded $50,000 for child obesity prevention

In Anchorage, the school district is getting some extra dollars to try to tackle the issue of obesity in students.

Liz Raines
Senate confirms judge to 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals

Senate confirms judge to 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals

The U.S. Senate Wednesday confirmed President Trump's nomination of Oregon judge Danielle J. Hunsaker to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Angela Krenzien
New program gives rural Alaska teens career training in Anchorage

New program gives rural Alaska teens career training in Anchorage

The Anchorage School District and Lower Yukon School District partner up to provide students in rural Alaska CTE courses at King Tech High School.

Scott Gross
Judge reduces Alaska militia leader's sentence by 10 years

Judge reduces Alaska militia leader's sentence by 10 years

Schaeffer Cox, 35, was resentenced Tuesday in Washington state.

Associated Press
$25M grant awarded for Port of Alaska project

$25M grant awarded for Port of Alaska project

A $25 million grant has been awarded for the Port of Alaska project.

Joe Vigil
School board hears differing opinions at bond proposal public testimony

School board hears differing opinions at bond proposal public testimony

The Anchorage School Board will hear public testimony regarding what to include on the latest school bond proposal for 2020.

Scott Gross
Triple homicide puts KGB area on edge

Triple homicide puts KGB area on edge

Troopers believe the slaying of three people off Knik Goose Bay Road was an isolated incident.

Heather Hintze
It used to be free, but now there's a fee to get cash back at Fred Meyer

It used to be free, but now there's a fee to get cash back at Fred Meyer

Fred Meyer shoppers who want cash back with their purchases at checkout are now being charged a fee.

Lauren Maxwell
Judge hands state another setback in union dues case

Judge hands state another setback in union dues case

Judge Gregor Miller granted the Alaska State Employees Association a preliminary injunction that keeps Gov. Mike Dunleavy from advancing his administrative order changing how union dues get collected.

Steve Quinn
Assembly makes changes to plastic bag ban, clarifies what bags are allowed

Assembly makes changes to plastic bag ban, clarifies what bags are allowed

Crystal Kennedy said the ordinance is both confusing and unfair as currently written.

Lauren Maxwell
Results: Mat-Su Borough assembly and school district election

Results: Mat-Su Borough assembly and school district election

The Matanuska-Susitna Borough held its regular election on Nov. 5. Two seats were voted on for the Borough Assembly and three on the school district board.

KTVA Web Staff
Lullaby Project includes mothers serving long-term sentences

Lullaby Project includes mothers serving long-term sentences

The Lullaby Project is a program to promote healing and family connection. It started in 2016, but this is the first year that it's featured women in long-term incarceration. 

Liz Raines
‘Encounters’ radio host Richard Nelson has died

‘Encounters’ radio host Richard Nelson has died

Richard Nelson was a cultural anthropologist, author and radio host. He was 77 years old.

Bryan Dunagan
Police investigate homicide after man found dead in vehicle

Police investigate homicide after man found dead in vehicle

Anyone with information, or surveillance video, is asked to call APD dispatch at 311. 

Bryan Dunagan
Local car dealership helps keep elementary library up to date

Local car dealership helps keep elementary library up to date

Loaded with 150 new books on science, technology, engineering and math and a $1,000 Staples gift card, staff from Continental Subaru in Anchorage, pulled into North Star Elementary School to surprise the Title I school with the gift of literature. 

Scott Gross
Full interview: Native Peoples Action director urges funding for VPSO program

Full interview: Native Peoples Action director urges funding for VPSO program

Native Peoples Action executive director Kendra Kloster sits down with KTVA's Megan Mazurek to talk about the state of public safety in Alaska.

Megan Mazurek
Conservation groups battling federal government over Hilcorp's Liberty offshore oil project

Conservation groups battling federal government over Hilcorp's Liberty offshore oil project

The fight for the project in the Beaufort Sea was waged Tuesday in a federal courtroom in Oregon.

Joe Vigil
Women's domestic violence shelter to open in Hooper Bay

Women's domestic violence shelter to open in Hooper Bay

The village of Hooper Bay and Rural Alaska Communication Action Program, Inc. are teaming up to open a domestic violence shelter for women in the Hooper Bay area.

Shayne Nuesca
Judge to decide whether to dismiss ACLU lawsuit against Dunleavy over abortion veto

Judge to decide whether to dismiss ACLU lawsuit against Dunleavy over abortion veto

Attorneys for the State of Alaska are asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit against Gov. Mike Dunleavy over his controversial veto to the court system. 

Daniella Rivera
Nestlé Toll House cookie dough recalled for possible rubber pieces

Nestlé Toll House cookie dough recalled for possible rubber pieces

Nestlé USA is recalling some of its ready-to-bake refrigerated Toll House Cookie Dough products due to the potential presence of rubber pieces.

CBS News
AST: Missing woman found dead, 3 Mat-Su deaths now homicides

AST: Missing woman found dead, 3 Mat-Su deaths now homicides

The 3 deaths of people in the Mat-Su are now being investigated as homicides.

Shayne Nuesca
Travel Tuesday: Ride the wave to great travel deals from Alaska Airlines

Travel Tuesday: Ride the wave to great travel deals from Alaska Airlines

Beat the coming cold with a quick trip to Hawaii! Alaska Airlines is offering a "Swell Deal" that may inspire you to hang loose!

Daybreak Staff
Recall Dunleavy group files legal complaint to appeal denied application

Recall Dunleavy group files legal complaint to appeal denied application

On Monday, the Alaska Division of Elections denied Recall Dunleavy its application, citing insufficient legal grounds identified by the Attorney General Kevin Clarkson.

Steve Quinn
Alaska road project to start in 2020, include largest bridge

Alaska road project to start in 2020, include largest bridge

The Department of Transportation plans to begin a project in 2020 to reroute the Sterling Highway and construct what would be Alaska's largest bridge.

Associated Press
Lower interest rates help home buyers and those wanting to refinance

Lower interest rates help home buyers and those wanting to refinance

Lower interest rates help home buyers and those wanting to refinance

Joe Vigil
Alaska marijuana regulators investigating possible pesticide use by Houston cultivator

Alaska marijuana regulators investigating possible pesticide use by Houston cultivator

An Alaska cannabis business is under investigation for allegedly using dangerous pesticides on marijuana grown in its facility. 

Jes Stugelmayer, Lauren Maxwell & Heather Hintze
Report: Public defenders office struggles with retention, recruitment

Report: Public defenders office struggles with retention, recruitment

An eight-month review also shows the public defender agency is meeting its constitutional obligations

Steve Quinn
Homicide suspect says wife’s death was an accident while prosecutors consider murder charges

Homicide suspect says wife’s death was an accident while prosecutors consider murder charges

Chue Yang, 31, is charged in the death of his wife Nancy Xiong, 29, who was found dead at their home on Klevin Street.

Shayne Nuesca & Daniella Rivera
FBI on the hunt for man who tried to rob a downtown Anchorage credit union

FBI on the hunt for man who tried to rob a downtown Anchorage credit union

A man is wanted by the FBI in Anchorage after a failed attempt to rob an Anchorage branch of Credit Union 1.

KTVA Web Staff
More than 140 vegetable products recalled by Fresh Del Monte Produce Mann's brands due to listeria fears

More than 140 vegetable products recalled by Fresh Del Monte Produce Mann's brands due to listeria fears

More than 140 vegetable products made by a Fresh Del Monte Produce subsidiary and sold at supermarkets across the U.S. and in Canada have been recalled due to concerns they might be contaminated with listeria.

CBS News
Governor, first lady of Alaska touring Japan on trade mission

Governor, first lady of Alaska touring Japan on trade mission

Gov. Mike Dunleavy is in Japan, which is the state's second largest exporter according to the most recent research.

Steve Quinn
Department of Law says efforts to recall Dunleavy 'legally insufficient'

Department of Law says efforts to recall Dunleavy 'legally insufficient'

The Divisoin of Elections, however, wrote the group seeking to remove Dunleavy had qualifying signatures.

Steve Quinn
25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Eric Rush

25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Eric Rush

Eric Rush fosters success in his classroom each day. The 2017 BP Teacher of Excellence teaches third-graders at Ticasuk Brown Elementary School in North Pole.

John Thompson
China trade war adds 620,000 pounds to Food Bank of Alaska

China trade war adds 620,000 pounds to Food Bank of Alaska

The national trade war with China has a silver lining for Alaskans. Millions of pounds of food that China isn't buying are being bought by the U.S. government and sent to food banks around the country, including here at home.

Liz Raines
Alaska governor cites Trump as he faces recall campaign

Alaska governor cites Trump as he faces recall campaign

A fight is brewing over whether Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy should be recalled from office.

Associated Press
Rate of Alaska fatal plane crashes tops national average

Rate of Alaska fatal plane crashes tops national average

A federal agency says the rate of fatal airplane crashes in Alaska is higher than the national average.

Associated Press
Public defender agency review recommends changes

Public defender agency review recommends changes

A report says the public defender agency is passing off more cases to the Office of Public Advocacy due to conflicts of interest with other cases or clients.

Associated Press
'It's important to me': Emma Hildebrand passes on traditional Alaska Native art skills at Anchorage Museum

'It's important to me': Emma Hildebrand passes on traditional Alaska Native art skills at Anchorage Museum

Traditional skills instructor Emma Hildebrand taught a group of six adults how to make lapel pins using quills Sunday at the Anchorage Museum.

Makayla Clark
UAA Chancellor encourages high schoolers to stay in-state despite enrollment decline

UAA Chancellor encourages high schoolers to stay in-state despite enrollment decline

Despite this fall's incoming freshman class being one of the largest ever at UAA, numbers from the university show overall enrollment dropped by a sharp 12.5% or 1,480 students.

Shannon Ballard
Police name suspect in homicide on Klevin Street

Police name suspect in homicide on Klevin Street

Chue Yang, 31, has been arrested on multiple charges including criminally negligent homicide and manslaughter. 

Shayne Nuesca
Troopers investigating 2 deaths in Wasilla

Troopers investigating 2 deaths in Wasilla

Troopers said a male and female were found dead off of Knik Knack Mud Shack Road in Wasilla.

Shayne Nuesca
Learning how to take flight with Wings for Autism

Learning how to take flight with Wings for Autism

Wings for Autism, hosted by The Arc of Anchorage, gives families and individuals an opportunity to practice flying without the stress of travel.

Makayla Clark
Outdoor Nordic spa planned for Alyeska Resort

Outdoor Nordic spa planned for Alyeska Resort

Alyeska plans to add an outdoor Nordic spa that can be enjoyed year-round.

Scott Gross
Rep. Josh Revak will replace late Sen. Chris Birch in Alaska Senate

Rep. Josh Revak will replace late Sen. Chris Birch in Alaska Senate

Alaska Senate Republicans voted Saturday to confirm Rep. Josh Revak, R-Anchorage, to fill the District M Senate seat left vacant when Sen. Chris Birch died Aug. 7. 

Angela Krenzien
Single vehicle crash in Willow kills 1

Single vehicle crash in Willow kills 1

Alaska State Troopers are investigating a fatal car crash that happened Friday morning in Willow near Mile 46.5 Willow Fishhook Road.

Angela Krenzien
Fishhook leads Mat-Su in population growth

Fishhook leads Mat-Su in population growth

A Department of Labor report shows the number of people living in the Fishhook area increased by 41-percent from 2010 to 2018.

Heather Hintze
UA President Johnsen: 'Jobs will be lost, programs will be reduced' in next 2 years

UA President Johnsen: 'Jobs will be lost, programs will be reduced' in next 2 years

More cuts loom ahead for the University of Alaska system as the board of regents looks to finalize the operating budget for fiscal year 2021.

Scott Gross
Fight continues to pass legislation for full military honors at veteran funerals

Fight continues to pass legislation for full military honors at veteran funerals

Alaska's U.S. senators have worked to push the Creig Sharp Funeral Honors for Veterans Act. But now the bill is caught up in political red tape in Washington D.C.

Joe Vigil
Re-entry after incarceration: UAA students learn it's harder than people might think

Re-entry after incarceration: UAA students learn it's harder than people might think

University of Alaska Anchorage's College of Health hosted a Re-entry Simulation event for more than 50 students and community members Friday.

Daniella Rivera
First Friday event encourages local entrepreneurs to embrace failure as a teacher

First Friday event encourages local entrepreneurs to embrace failure as a teacher

AEDC is partnering with the University of Alaska Center for Economic Development and Alaska Startups for a First Friday event, aimed at de-stigmatizing failure and celebrating iteration.

John Thompson
'We are just trying to keep up': STAR hosts annual fundraising gala

'We are just trying to keep up': STAR hosts annual fundraising gala

With an increase in reports of sexual assault, Standing Together Against Rape is also stepping up services. The organization has set a lofty goal for its annual fundraising gala as a result.

Liz Raines
Deadline approaches to apply for McKinley Fire disaster relief

Deadline approaches to apply for McKinley Fire disaster relief

People looking to get some help paying for repairs have until Monday, Dec. 2 to apply for federal disaster loans from the Small Business Administration.

APD: Felon found with altered handgun, drugs, others’ mail

APD: Felon found with altered handgun, drugs, others’ mail

Paul C. Loran faces charges of weapons misconduct, theft, vehicle tampering, resisting arrest, misconduct involving a controlled substance and violating conditions of release.

Angela Krenzien
'I want your blood': Vampires recruit donors at UAA blood drive

'I want your blood': Vampires recruit donors at UAA blood drive

The students are members of Martha Amore's Gothic literature class. She said vampires seemed like a natural fit.

Lauren Maxwell
This Halloween, Prestige Care and Rehab invites you to come trick-or-treating

This Halloween, Prestige Care and Rehab invites you to come trick-or-treating

This Halloween, consider taking the kids to a nursing home or senior center for trick-or-treating! Prestige Care and its residents would love to see you.

John Thompson
Vandals break in, cause $2,500 damage at Chinook Elementary

Vandals break in, cause $2,500 damage at Chinook Elementary

Three people broke into Chinook Elementary early Halloween morning and sprayed a fire extinguisher inside, according to the Anchorage Police Department.

KTVA Web Staff
Fire and rescue chiefs: We won't send crews into dangerous situations with limited DOT maintenance on Seward Highway

Fire and rescue chiefs: We won't send crews into dangerous situations with limited DOT maintenance on Seward Highway

Some local fire and rescue chiefs are pushing back against the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities closure of the Silvertip maintenance station, located at the junction of the Seward and Hope highways.

Joe Vigil
Serial rapist seeks dismissal of new attempted sexual assault charge

Serial rapist seeks dismissal of new attempted sexual assault charge

In July 2018, an alleged neighborhood prowler was identified as a serial rapist believed to be looking for a new victim. Now, an Anchorage judge is expected to rule on whether the charges he's indicted on should be dismissed.

Daniella Rivera
Free toddler playtime comes to borough building in Palmer

Free toddler playtime comes to borough building in Palmer

The gym at the Mat-Su Borough building in downtown Palmer is open every Wednesday from 10 to noon for kids five and under.

Heather Hintze
Murder suspect's trial likely delayed until late 2020

Murder suspect's trial likely delayed until late 2020

Jordan Flowers is accused of killing 19-year-old Gunnar Swan. Flowers' attorney said she had a full case load and likely wouldn't be ready for trial until late next year.

Heather Hintze
DIY ways to cut down on energy costs this winter

DIY ways to cut down on energy costs this winter

If you're looking to save on heating your home this winter, the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation has a few recommendations for things you can do right now.

Liz Raines
Premera pledges millions to increase health care access in rural Alaska

Premera pledges millions to increase health care access in rural Alaska

CEO Jeff Roe said he hoped to bring down costs for everyone by improving the health of rural residents.

Lauren Maxwell
Palmer veteran was Army Ranger veterinarian before opening Mat-Su pet hospital

Palmer veteran was Army Ranger veterinarian before opening Mat-Su pet hospital

When Dr. Sean McPeck got out of the military, he noticed a lack of specialized pet services in the Mat-Su Valley. He opened Tier 1 Veterinary Medical Center in Palmer last year.

Heather Hintze

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