Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media
"I'm asking all of you, who are listening right now, to choose to get vaccinated," said First Lady Jill Biden.
Travel must upload proof of vaccination and show a recent negative COVID test.
The grants range from $2m to add solar to Noatak's grid, down to small grants to replace furnaces and lights
Alaskans are set to elect candidates in a new way, leaving political parties with less power. But a legal challenge could derail RCV.
Each 250 square-foot unit is designed for one person, to bridge the gap between shelter and solo apartment.
The Supreme Court ruled Alaska Native Corporations are eligible for $8 billion in tribal CARES Act fund. For tribes, the case was emotional.
One line-item in particular could breathe new life into the Alaska Marine Highway System: "$7.5 billion to fund low carbon and electric buses and ferries."
"The Biden Administration MUST do more to open this route through Canada,” the governor recently tweeted.
“I come from ancestors who endured the horrors of Indian boarding school," Interior secretary said.
Nice try, pollock: How Alaska’s most prolific fish almost won the state’s ranked choice mock election
The humble pollock was, for a few hours, the frontrunner in the state's mock election. Alaskans smelled a rat.
In an opinion released Thursday, the panel said EPA could remove the protection adopted by the Obama administration "only when an 'unacceptable adverse effect' on specified resources was not 'likely.'”
Lisa Murkowski is the most likely Senate Republican to be on board. She’s not.
Valerie Nurr’araaluk Davidson is the new president of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, one of the state's largest employers. She previously was working as its acting president.
The Pentagon is considering three cities for the center, named for the late Sen. Ted Stevens.
The Biden administration appears poised to reinstate a rule dating back to the Clinton White House that prohibits new roads in the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska.
Sen. Murkowski presses the nominee to head the BLM to agree that she must hold a second lease sale in the Arctic Refuge.
Canada might loosen border in early July — but no word yet on ending the recreational travel ban to Alaska
The tourism ban is likely to continue past June 21, when the current rules expire.
The Alaska Native village corporation is selling conservation easements to save salmon habitat and preclude industrial development.
Donald Trump says Sen. Murkowski is responsible for the Biden administration's suspension of drilling leases in the Arctic Refuge.