A snowy patch of land in Takotna quickly turned into a sled dog hotel on Wednesday, with napping dogs curled up on straw and under blankets throughout the afternoon.
The Anchorage School District sent an email to parents late Wednesday, saying it would inform them by Friday if "a cancellation is called either at an individual site or districtwide."
With temperatures plunging deep into the negatives on Tuesday, mushers and dogs sported a coating of frost when they pulled into Nikolai, a small village about a quarter of the way into the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
Dozens of mushers and hundreds of sled dogs paraded through Anchorage on Saturday.
Season four of the hugely popular Iditapod podcast from Alaska Public Media was officially launched with a live recording onstage at the Bear Tooth Theatrepub. Attendees joined Iditapod host Casey Grove as he interviewed veteran mushers Jeff King, Matthew Failor and Jessica Klejka.
NPR is reporting that a person in Washington state infected with coronavirus has died. This is according to the Seattle and King County Department of Health.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwoAUNJgLlU Coverage continues for the Republican-led Senate trial of President Donald Trump, who last year became the third president in history to be impeached by the House of Representatives. Watch live in our player above. Other ways...
Our reporter is trying to learn more about the Anchorage priests named in a sexual misconduct review. Can you help?
The archdiocese released the men's names last week after a months-long review of church records.
Celebration of “foods from home” and the launch of Season 2 of the PBS foodie show, No Passport Required, come together to embrace the rich diversity of immigrant traditions. Attendees joined this culinary experience for the eyes and belly at the Anchorage Museum with hosts and partners, Alaska Public Media (AKPM) and Anchorage Community Land Trust ACLT).
Wildfires, plane crashes, an incredible fraud scheme, the sale of a major oil company and a mysterious disappearance in Southeast Alaska are just some of the stories that found the largest audiences online in 2019.
First day back in the office after a busy holiday week? We got you covered. Here are our 10 most read stories from last week to get you caught up.
https://youtu.be/JidMZhYOoLg Anxiety is a normal human emotion that functions as an alarm system, warning us of a perceived danger. While anxiety is necessary for our very survival, millions of Americans suffer from a level of...
Richard "Nels" Nelson, a writer, cultural anthropologist and host of radio show "Encounters," has died, according to friends. "The only job description that fully fit with his temperament and enormous skill set was that...
One passenger has died and another has been medevaced to Anchorage for further treatment after a PenAir airplane arriving from Anchorage went off the runway at Unalaska's airport on Thursday evening.
Court documents, which provide only initials, were filed Friday
Alaska wildfire officials reassess cause of McKinley fire; ‘Nothing survived. It’s just ash.’ In a trickle of information, fire evacuees learn fate of homes; Wildfires crimp Alaska’s major transportation corridor, halting tourist operations, delaying groceries; 5,000-acre fire continues to burn outside Levelock; Dunleavy repeats calls for closing budget gap, paying full dividends; University of Alaska regents vote to end financial exigency; EPA hears testimony on air plan; Alaskan Joe Balash resigns as assistant secretary of Interior; Dunleavy vetoes ferry funding added by the Legislature in the wake of cuts; Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Tara Sweeney visits Nome to discuss public safety