Zachary Snowdon Smith
Police video recordings crucial to the trial of a man accused of manslaughter lack proper audio, claims the defense.
Faced with three outstanding applications for its annual scholarship, Cordova Arts and Pageants chose not to choose, awarding scholarships to all three.
Cordova resident Annette Deaton has been selected as one of 29 Alaska delegates to participate in the upcoming Republican National Convention.
The “Cordova Cares Bucks” initiative offers the city an opportunity to reward positive behavior as well as punishing negative behavior, said Cathy Renfeldt, executive director for the chamber.
A Cordova man drowned in an early-morning kayaking accident on Eyak Lake.
With weightless, over-designed visuals, gags about IKEA and “The X Factor” that would have been dated a decade ago, and a cloyingly sentimental story, “Scoob!” shows us the origins and early days of Mystery, Inc.
How long does it take to weave an almost intolerable atmosphere of tension and brutal menace? Try seven minutes.
Businesses and public venues will be allowed to reopen beginning 8 a.m. Thursday, May 28.
Cordova City Council will discuss whether to plan for a complete lifting of emergency public health restrictions at a noon Wednesday, May 27 special meeting.
A landslide predicted to occur in Prince William Sound would be “like dropping about 500 Empire State Buildings into the ocean at one time,” according to one scientist.