Tim Ellis, KUAC - Fairbanks
This year's Northern Edge will be the most widely dispersed, with operations on the ground and in the skies in Fairbanks, Anchorage, Juneau, King Salmon and Cold Bay, to name a few.
On Monday, the Fairbanks-based organization donated 800 surplus doses to Eielson Air Force Base to help protect servicemembers and their families and the civilian employees who work there.
Nearly 50 years after it was shut down, Army releases plan to get rid of Alaska’s first and only nuclear power plant
The Army Corps of Engineers has issued a document that outlines plans to decommission and dismantle Alaska’s first and only nuclear power plant — the old SM-1A at Fort Greely.
After Nenana’s water-treatment plant froze up Monday, leaving about 150 homes without water, city workers and volunteers got the system back up and running in about 12 hours.
One official said that since the Cold War, the U.S. military's Arctic training has 'atrophied,' but recent warming and military activity in Russia has renewed efforts at training America's armed forces for cold weather fighting.
Echohawk, a Pawnee Indian, was raised in Delta Junction and showed an early interest in Alaska Native issues.
The state's only electric powered school bus has in use since mid-October, and it was put to the test earlier this month, when it transported students without any problem after the temperature had dropped to 35 below.
The 75-year-old woman says she switched from an N95 to a respirator helmet once she was on board the plane. Alaska Airlines officials say they are investigating the incident.
The study is based on a chemical analysis of tissue samples.
Five cases of COVID-19 were reported last week.
1,600-mile rail line from Alberta to Alaska would move potash, sulfur, bitumen, and other products from Canada to Alaska where it could be exported overseas.
35 F-35s are being moved to the Interior air force base by the end of next year.
U.S. jet fighters have scrambled at least a dozen times so far this year to intercept Russian military aircraft that fly into airspace off Alaska’s coasts.
Many Denali Borough businesses rely on a cruise ship visitors who didn't show up this year. But there are some signs that things could improve next year.
The Pentagon agency that runs the nation’s missile-defense system halted work earlier this year on a $375 million radar facility near Clear, largely because of COVID-19 concerns.
The person driving the pickup Saturday was traveling with Maj. Michael "Cal" Gentry and another airman as they cycled from the Fairbanks area to Central.
The kiln will use excess heat from the power plant to dry wood that will be used to heat homes.
The three Cold War-era bombers arrived from an Air Force base in Louisiana.
It would have been 96th running of the fair.