Coronavirus evacuees to make virus screening, refuel stop at Anchorage airport

As the novel coronavirus spreads globally, hundreds of Americans are returning from China through Alaska's Ted Stevens Airport on the way home.

Pat Pitney to head Legislative Finance

Pitney will step into the role that Teal held for 22 years.

Winter weather, ferry cancellations and road closures disrupt travel in and out of Upper Lynn Canal communities

The Alaska Marine Highway System chartered with private company Allen Marine to take passengers to and from the Upper Lynn Canal communities Monday.

Tammie Wilson abruptly announces she’s leaving legislature for state job

Rep. Tammie Wilson, R-North Pole, surprised fellow lawmakers Friday when she announced she’s quitting the Legislature to take a job with a state agency that she’s often fought against during her 10 years in the state House.

LIVE: Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WZrUlnxCn8 Coverage continues for the Republican-led Senate trial of President Donald Trump, who last year became the...

In the cold of Haines, caring for Australia’s animals as wildfires blaze

One Haines resident is donating her time and art to the wildfire relief effort in Australia.

Here’s how Alaska is preparing for the Wuhan coronavirus

State epidemiologists are alerting the public and health care workers about what to watch for with the coronavirus.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Jan. 24, 2020

Lawmakers vote against overriding the Governor's vetoes, health officials monitor the spread of coronavirus, and a Nome resident converts a church into a common house.

Alaska Legislature fails to override vetoes of school bond reimbursement, ferries

The vote was 37 in favor of the override, and 20 against it. That fell short of the 45 votes needed for an override.

Only 15 mushers are running the Yukon Quest, the fewest in race history

The race previously had been tied for its lowest entrants - 18 - in 36 years. As of right now, just 15 mushers are entered in this year's race.

Haines Borough convenes task force to deal with roaming, dumpster-flipping bears

According to Haines Borough Police Chief Heath Scott, the department received 182 bear-related calls in 2019. That is more than double the number of bear-related calls they received the previous year.

Alaska DOC reverses plans to send prison inmates out of state

Alaska Department of Corrections Commissioner Nancy Dahlstrom told state lawmakers that she canceled the bid process during a committee hearing Thursday.

LISTEN: Alaska historians anxious over proposal to move archives — again

Historians are getting worried -- and mobilizing -- over yet another proposal to move federally owned historical records of Alaska even farther away from the state.

Army Corps green-lights Ward Cove cruise ship dock

Fairbanks investor John Binkley of the Ward Cove Dock Group says the hope is to get the berths in place for this season.

About a fourth of Selawik homes currently have frozen pipes, and it’s a chronic problem

Selawik mayor Clyde Ramoth says frozen pipes are a chronic problem due to issues with the initial installation of the above-ground water system.

In severely overcrowded housing market, a Nome resident finds a creative solution

The rooms are furnished with beds, a lamp, and shelves. The kitchen is stocked with the essentials like bags of flour, sugar, coffee, and tea.

Idaho man banned from hunting in Alaska after illegally guiding in Noatak Preserve

An Idaho man was sentenced in Anchorage Wednesday for illegally guiding moose and bear hunts through the Noatak National Preserve.

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020

Debate over the PFD fractures the Senate Majority caucus and the recall Dunleavy campaign resumes after an accidental delay.

Trump administration eases protection of wetlands

The new rule redefines which waters are covered by the federal Clean Water Act.

Justices question restrictions on Alaska Native corporation shareholders’ free speech

The case was brought by the American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska to test the limits of the state’s power to regulate free speech in corporate elections.