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Get the latest Alaska news and headlines from Anchorage Daily News, winner of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. We deliver a daily audio roundup of the top Alaska stories every morning, Monday through Friday. Subscribe to the ADN for full access to digital and print editions: https://adn.com/subscribe
 
Learn all about investing in real estate in Anchorage, Alaska with a combination of real estate financial planning and modeling with numbers specific to Anchorage plus syndicated, more generalized recordings of live and pre-recorded real estate investing classes (not all specific to Anchorage).
 
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Lifelong Alaskan, Robert Myers Jr. is a long-haul truck driver and the state senator for new senate district Q which includes North Pole, Badger, and Eielson Airforce Base. Robert considers himself a Conservative Republican and was first elected in 2020 when he defeated longtime incumbent John Coghill in the Republican Primary election by just 14 v…
 
What does financially independent mean? Find out in this special, deep-dive podcast episode. James defines financially independent: Passive Income from things like social security, pensions and annuities Net positive cash flow from rental properties Safe withdrawal rate times other invested assets like stocks and bonds James discusses how you need …
 
East Anchorage Matters Podcast is the new version of the East Anchorage Book Club podcast now that the host is a legislator in the Alaska House. It includes a legislative update and an interview with an Alaskan of interest. Alaska State Senator Löki Tobin is a life-long Alaskan who was born in Nome and is named after her dad Charles Lewis Tobin, wh…
 
8 elementary schoolers were dropped off at the wrong stop in Anchorage last month; Halibut Cove restaurant owner indicted on federal charges; Anchorage’s labor shortage will cost the economy thousands of jobs; Mary Peltola snags a seat on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
 
Some Anchorage bus stops remain inaccessible; Snowmachiner found dead more than 10 miles from Kotzebue; Principal of Colony High School transported to a hospital for an involuntary psychiatric evaluation; Anchorage Assembly leaders not satisfied with Bronson administration report
 
8 Anchorage elementary schools are going without hot lunch; Anchorage Municipal Attorney resigns; Anchorage judge expected to issue decision sexual abuse charges against Alaska’s former acting attorney general; Anchorage Assembly activates its subpoena powers;
 
INTERVIEW: Alaska State Senator Löki Tobin is a life-long Alaskan who was born in Nome and is named after her dad Charles Lewis Tobin, who goes by the nickname "Lew." In our most recent statewide election, Löki won the senate race to represent downtown Anchorage. That seat had been held by former senate minority leader Tom Begich. Löki had been a s…
 
Learn how to calculate Cash on Cash Return on Investment for rental properties in Anchorage. James walks you through, step-by-step, how to calculate Cash on Cash Return on Investment for rental properties in Anchorage including all the sub-calculations including Gross Potential Income (GPI), Gross Operating Income (GOI), Operating Expenses (OpEx), …
 
Anchorage Mayor Bronson’s office accused of using City Hall surveillance video to track staff; Alaska USA will change its name to Global Credit Union; Anchorage Assembly to hold special meetings on fired municipal manager’s allegations against the mayor
 
Alaska’s population is still younger than US, but is aging at a dramatic rate; 4.6 earthquake shakes Southcentral Alaska; FDA decision could increase access to abortion pills across Alaska; Construction to start on bridge over landslide site in Denali National Park
 
Hundreds of Alaska glaciers are expected to disappear in the next 80 years; Assembly members question whether city is violating law by paying road service contractors for snow removal in Anchorage Bowl; An Alaska miner told Joe Rogan that a museum dumped valuable mammoth tusks into a New York City waterway…
 
Learn how to calculate cap rate on rental properties in Anchorage. James walks you through, step-by-step, how to calculate capitalization rate (cap rate) on rental properties in Anchorage including all the sub-calculations including Gross Potential Income (GPI), Gross Operating Income (GOI), Operating Expenses (OpEx), and Net Operating Income (NOI)…
 
Anchorage’s newest pop-up bar features no alcohol; A vacant Midtown for the homeless; Anchorage school officials considering changing when students need to show up for class; Residents is asking the state to change how it manages the animals
 
Real estate prices in Anchorage are high. Mortgage interest rates are high. Rents are lagging in Anchorage. Is real estate a good investment in Anchorage right now? In this special webinar James discusses why you might still want to invest in real estate in Anchorage despite high prices, high interest rates, and lagging rents. James will discuss wh…
 
Alaska Representative Peltola open to discussing a coalition majority; Investigation into the Ketchikan police chief accused of placing a man in a chokehold is ongoing; Alaska’s largest oil producer is suing the state in a dispute with another oil company;
 
Dana Stabenow is one of the most prolific authors living and working in Alaska today. Born in Anchorage in 1952, she grew up in Cordova and Seldovia, and earned her Bachelors degree in Journalism at the University of Alaska in 1973. Unable to make a decent living as a new journalist she took a job with the oil industry in Prudhoe Bay just as constr…
 
Frostbite poses a life-changing threat to homeless Alaskans; Municipality switching up how it relays emergency messages to residents; Alaska's Tallest building in the works; Fairbanks resident was killed Wednesday afternoon in a Parks Highway crash
 
a wilderness guide stumbled upon Alaska’s northernmost glacier; Many Alaskans may no longer be able to send their prescriptions to Fred Meyer; Major oil prospect on federal land in Alaska hanging in the balance; Two Anchorage Assembly members are leaving their terms
 
In the late 1950s the US Atomic Energy Commission initiated Operation Plowshare, which was a research project designed to find peaceful uses for nuclear explosives. Edward Teller, known as the father of the hydrogen bomb, championed the first big project of Operation Plowshare which was to blast a deep sea harbor near Cape Thompson, Alaska, by deto…
 
Anchorage Assembly leaders plan inquiry into Bronson administration spending; Blizzard warning for Mat-Su; Dramatic decline in teen smoking largely offset by boom in e-cigarette use; Anchorage Democrat facing a legal challenge;
 
Details on Anchorage’s departed city manager; A unanimous vote to raise capacity inside Sullivan Arena homeless shelter; Biden administration sued over next week’s planned lease sale in Alaska’s Cook Inlet
 
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