'We are having this one-university model shoved down our throats': UAA students weigh in on UA consolidation
More than 30 people including community members and University of Alaska Anchorage students, faculty, staff and alumni shared their concerns with the University of Alaska Board of Regents on Thursday morning.
'Men's Gathering' looks for solutions to Alaska's high rate of rape, child sexual assault
According to STAR (Standing Together Against Rape), Alaska's rape rate is two-and-a-half times the national average, and the rate of child sexual assault in the state is nearly six times the national average. What might reverse these stubborn statistic?
Former legislator sues House speaker, Senate president over decision to meet in Juneau
A former state legislator has filed a lawsuit against the Legislature's presiding officers for their decision to convene members in Juneau for a special session that Gov. Mike Dunleavy intended to be held in Wasilla.
NTSB report: Taquan pilot recalls moments leading up to Southeast Alaska collision
A preliminary accident report released by the NTSB details the moments from the surviving pilot's point of view that led to the Southeast Alaska flightseeing plane collision that left six people dead and 10 others injured last week.