COVID-19 has put a strain on small Alaska communities who rely on seasonal income to stay afloat. What can and should the state do to keep municipal governments strong?
Do you visit your dentist every 6 months? Your oral health not only impacts your quality of life and your smile, it also has a major impact on your overall health.
As Alaska moves through phases of reopening its economy, retail stores in...
The borough didn't know whether the patient had spent time in their home village before traveling to Anchorage, where they tested positive.
Biologists fear the animals will starve on the small island that lacks fresh water and enough vegetation
The positive case was discovered during routine testing.
When a 19-year-old man broke into a village public safety building dressed for combat, state troopers say tragedy was avoided thanks to an armed resident who got the man to give up his weapon and lie on the ground.
How do Alaska leaders know it’s safe to reopen the economy? It’s all about data – but it’s complicated.
Officials and experts say that decision-making around the reopening can be complicated and hard for the public to follow. There’s no single measurement that reflects the state’s overall progress in fighting the coronavirus, nor is there specific, centralized guidance from the federal government.