Anchorage AK

Local English News: April 16, 2024

Predictions for river break-up on Y-K Delta slowly takes shape. Federal Subsistence Board adds 4 communities to Unit 18 moose hunt. National Native Boarding...

In its 10th year, Arctic Encounter heads to Utqiagvik for a tour at the...

UTQIAGVIK, Alaska (KTUU) - This year's Arctic Encounter Symposium - celebrating its tenth year in 2024- wrapped up with a weekend trip to Utqiagvik...

A winter-spring tug of war

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - Starting off a new week in April, temperatures in Anchorage were just below average. The temperatures will warm up going...

Time to changeover studded tires extended to May 15

The State of Alaska extended the annual deadline for residents to swap out their studded winter tires by 15 days due to what they...

History behind the ruling: How private, religious schools continued receiving state reimbursement money for...

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - Monday morning, parents and school district leaders across Alaska scrambled to understand the impact of an Anchorage Superior Court judge's...

Federal fisheries regulators still in early stages of wrestling with salmon bycatch

Federal fisheries regulators tasked with mediating conflicts over salmon bycatch in the groundfish fisheries between trawlers and commercial and subsistence salmon harvesters have updated...

State officials extend studded-tire removal deadline by 15 days

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - The state of Alaska extended its annual deadline for residents to swap out their studded winter tires by 15 days...

Public health officials revamp efforts to protect Alaskans against lead poisoning

On a recent weekday afternoon, Cayley was playing with her four-month-old daughter, who's nicknamed Bun or Bunik, the Iñupiaq word for daughter. We're not...

Lawmakers weigh whether to reduce or acknowledge rights of growing Alaska homeless population

TJ Beers stood across the street from the Capitol in a navy suit and held a sign that caught the late afternoon sun on...

Anthony Dillard Sentenced To 60 Years For 2007 Sexual Assault

62-year-old Anthony Dillard was sentenced by Anchorage Superior Court Judge Andrew Peterson for Sexual Assault in the First Degree, committed on August 13, 2007....

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