An acting CEO is in place after the utility backed out of hiring a permanent successor for the retiring Lee Thibert.
A groundbreaking ceremony marked the start of construction on the Block 96 Flats project at 8th Avenue and K Street.
Tesla Megapacks give Homer Electric Association a battery backup to rival a system in Fairbanks that was once the world’s largest.
Efforts to expand Alaskans’ diet beyond 95 percent imported foods are drawing from the fields of medicine, mental health, and even outer space.
Effective July 1, the Department of Health will focus on programs and payments while the Department of Family and Community Services will oversee state-run care facilities.
Ravn Alaska’s plan for its frequent flyer miles to be traded and spent as cryptocurrency exists in the blurry border between transportation and finance.
Tucked in the $1.5 trillion omnibus federal spending bill are special requests to fund projects in Alaska ranging from water and sewer systems to a 15-mile road out of Kotzebue.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine hardly interrupts the negligible trade ties with Alaska, but it does present possibilities for Alaska as a competitor selling the same resources.
The US Department of Housing and Urban Development crunched numbers for 2020 and found average prices increased 8 to 9 percent, with demand exceeding supply.
The fifth annual survey by the Alaska Small Business Development Center at UAA finds a more positive attitude among business owners, compared to the challenges of the last two years.