Sex workers are often targets of violence because they are marginalized and made invisible by the communities they live in. Laws may be making things worse.
A bill that would have opted Alaska's largest city out of legal marijuana failed the Assembly by wide margins.
Alaskan author and spiritualist Kess Frey hopes that national tensions will remind us that we're one human family.
The CRomnibus Congress passed over the weekend leaves a messy, complicated, and thoroughly anti-democratic appropriations bill. That may be the new normal.
The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission have finalized changes to administrative codes that define fracking and driller responsibilities in Alaska.
The Anchorage Tea Party jumped at the chance to criticize a new report showing America's freedom rating slipping. They should have read why before tweeting.
"We are much richer than what it costs us to be here," Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship's Sam Cason said, offering a payment in lieu of taxes.
I love the winter time. The silence with the lights reflecting off the snow, the moose sulking around the edges of the trails. It's an amazing time of year.