Materials for voting never arrived in Newtok, a sister village, from where absentee ballots were supposed to be taken to Mertarvik.
Visits to correctional centers have been banned since March.
While some people are nervous about getting back to the theaters, meaning more opportunities for those who choose to go.
The rare weather event brought winds of up to 68 miles per hour in Sitka.
With jury trials suspended for months, some Alaskans' lives are on hold, in pre-trial detention. And, some Anchorage residents spend a night out at recently reopened movie theaters. Plus, a new trail in Soldotna attracts different users.
Anchorage Schools Superintendent Deena Bishop said she'll likely push back the return to in-person schooling because of a surge of COVID-19 infections in the city.
Alaska has seen a spike in COVID-19 cases over the last week, including five deaths last Friday. Daily case counts had been hovering in the upper double digits earlier this month, but have been above a hundred cases a day for the last six days.
U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell says she’ll support a bill to block a permit for the Pebble Mine. She also wants an investigation into whether Pebble’s CEO lied to Congress.
Five cases of COVID-19 were reported last week.
The indictment names Jordan "Two-3" Shanholtzer, 33, as their leader and Matthew "Matt Matt" Moi, 35, as the trigger man in the murder, both described as formerly from Anchorage.
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The bear had entered buildings and food caches, according to National Park Service officials.
A coronavirus pause on jury trials for six months and counting leaves some Alaskans waiting for their day in court. And, inmates in Juneau say programming has been limited too much during the pandemic. Plus, weak salmon runs this year threaten the dog mushing along the Yukon.
The initiative’s drafters argue that Alaska’s election system punishes bipartisanship and rewards partisan loyalty. And they’re proposing an overhaul, but they face opposition from those who say the state's elections work just fine.
Mushers usually rely on king and chum salmon - this year, both species have hadd poor returns.
A program to boost unemployment benefits for Alaskans out of work because of the pandemic is still...
A VPSO is patrolling the community to limit contact between residents.
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.
10 deaths were announced by the state since Friday, though most aren't considered 'recent' and were found through data review.
The bear was known to wait for people to pass by on the roadside in what appeared to be an attempt to let them pass.