Casey Grove, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage
As members of the Alaska Black Caucus put it during a recent discussion of race-related health disparities in the pandemic, it's not race that's a risk factor for getting the disease, it's racism that's a risk factor.
Four people died in Anchorage homicides from Thursday to Saturday, the deadliest stretch of 2020, a year marked by fewer homicides than usual, according to police.
Skiing on the Gasline Trail in Chugach State Park. (Paul Twardock) There's a Norwegian term for deliberately embracing time spent outside, for both the mental and physical benefits.
Officials at the cash-strapped university say they need to know how much the land is worth, and whether excavating gravel could provide a stream of revenue.
The victim in a misconduct scandal that caused former Alaska Attorney General Kevin Clarkson to resign in August says the governor’s office knew for months prior to the resignation about inappropriate texts Clarkson sent the woman.
There will be challenges with getting a COVID-19 vaccine to people, especially in rural areas like those in Alaska.
It's called "Roadtrip Nation: A Single Mom's Story," and it features Wasilla resident Maliaq Kairaiuak traveling with her fellow moms, interviewing other women to highlight the different paths they took to find fulfilling careers.
Kimberly Thacker claims in her lawsuit against Quest Diagnostics that the company violated the Family Medical Leave Act when it refused her requests to telework and then terminated her over the ongoing dispute in March.
Those mourning the "Jeopardy!" host's passing include current and former staff at the Musk Ox Farm in Palmer, which Trebek visited and donated to for more than three decades.
Listen to a conversation with ADN/ProPublica's Kyle Hopkins, who covered the state's first felony Zoom trial, which found Carmen Perzechino guilty of kidnapping and rape, 19 years after he attacked a woman in his van along the Sterling Highway in 2001.
The state’s Division of Elections updated results a little before 1 a.m. Wednesday, showing a total of about 157,0000 votes cast statewide. More than 120,000 early absentee votes remain to be counted in a week, starting on Nov. 10.
More than 1,600 Alaskans are asking Governor Mike Dunleavy to restore money for snow plowing in Turnagain Pass, which they say is needed more than ever during the ongoing pandemic.
Writer Sarah Gilman went to St. Matthew last year on the research vessel Tiĝlax̂, and her piece, "The Island That Humans Can't Conquer" appeared recently in Hakai Magazine.
Cornelius Pettus, 33, was already facing misdemeanor assault charges and felony charges of records tampering in state court.
Duane Fields got out of prison in early May, and he appeared in news stories a couple weeks later when federal prosecutors charged him with ignoring a mandate to quarantine in Alaska upon his release from a California prison, Terminal Island, the site of one of the country’s worst outbreaks of COVID-19 at a prison. They ultimately dropped the charges.
A group of conservative and religious leaders is asking Alaskans to vote “no” on retaining Alaska Supreme Court Justice Susan Carney. Campaign finance donations show that
An Eagle River man is dead after an hours-long standoff with police Thursday morning that ended when he left his home holding a shotgun and five officers fired at him, according to the Anchorage Police Department.
"The Antidote" shows members of a Congolese immigrant family -- including a 104-year-old grandma -- arriving on the icy streets of mid-winter Anchorage, with the help of Catholic Social Services' Refugee Assistance program, after 17 years in a Rwandan refugee camp.
In an effort to bring traditional Alaska Native stories to a modern audience, Koahnic Broadcast Corp and Rising Indigenous Voices Radio have been putting previously recorded oral culture stories and folk tales to animation.
Many questions remain unanswered, but reporting by the Anchorage Daily News has pinpointed an interview Friday as the trigger point for what exploded into a full-blown scandal.