Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media
Liberty University has selected retired Anchorage Baptist Temple Pastor Jerry Prevo to be the interim president of the school.
Alaska’s U.S. senators have signed on to the Postal Service Emergency Assistance Act. It has aid for USPS that Senate leaders left out of their latest coronavirus relief bill.
Opponents of the Pebble Mine found a gift on Twitter Tuesday: Donald Trump Jr. declared he’s against the mine.
Katherine Gottlieb is resigning as president and chief executive of Southcentral Foundation. The news comes two weeks after Southcentral fired her husband.
Murkowski condemns Trump tweet predicting election fraud: ‘This is not leadership from the White House’
Sen. Murkowski says President Trump undermines faith in the legitimacy of American democracy by suggesting the 2020 election will be fraudulent.
The $600 weekly unemployment checks end this week. Alaska's senators are saying whether they'll join the fight to extend them.
Pebble Chief Executive Tom Collier said it’s the most significant day for the proposed mine n 15 years.
The Pebble Mine becomes a step closer to reality this week but legal questions remain.
After days of relatively high case counts, a slight reprieve: State health officials on Friday reported that they've identified just 49 new cases of COVID-19.
An activist brought a caribou heart to protest Sen. Sullivan's support of drilling in the Arctic Refuge.
The survival of the SeaLife Center is in jeopardy. It has a $2 million hole in its budget.
A House committee approved a bill that would erect barriers to oil development in the Arctic Refuge and logging in the Tongass National Forest.
The SBA has released the names of Alaska companies that scored the largest share of Alaska's $1.2 billion in PPP funds.
Hilcorp and BP don’t have to publicly disclose details surrounding the sale of BP’s assets.
Sen. Sullivan casts doubt on a New York Times report that Russia paid the Taliban to kill American troops.
Sen. Murkowski is against defunding police, but she wouldn’t mind disarming them of weapons of war.
Economists say $600 weekly payments to the unemployed are greasing the gears of the local economy. Those payments are set to end in less than a month.
A U.S. District Court judge has ruled that Alaska Native corporations are eligible for part of the $8 billion intended to help tribes respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Bureau of Land Management is trying to reach some 2,200 Alaska Native veterans to let them know they can lay claim to 160 acres apiece.
Got symptoms? In Anchorage, you can now get a COVID drive-thru test without a note from your doctor.
“At this time, we don't have any concern" about demand outstripping supplies, says city Health Department Director Natasha Pineda.