A mine vehicle enters the Kensington Portal on Oct. 15, 2019. It’s one of two accesses for a network of about...
Giessel's challenger said the majority leader has lost touch with the Republican governor's agenda.
Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy's administration is working to see how it can restore expanded unemployment benefits to about 60,000 people under a new initiative announced by President Donald Trump, but there's no time frame for getting the program started.
Kathryn Miller of Juneau doesn't know why she was denied entrance to Canada at Beaver Creek in late July. Alaskans who...
The Anchorage Assembly is expected to vote on the distribution of the city’s remaining CARES Act funds on Tuesday. Of $156 million in federal funds, a little more than 85 percent remains unallocated.
Alaska is imposing new testing requirements. Here's what travelers need to know.
It's been years in the making and part of a larger project to establish a Northwest Coast arts hub.
Alaska Senate President Cathy Giessel leans on a decade of experience as she faces a serious challenger in next week's Republican primary. And, Yukon Kuskokwim villages have different ideas about how they can spend COVID-19 relief money. Plus, a fishing crew near Prince of Wales Island makes a rare catch.
USFWS is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information about the illegal killing of walruses in the Bristol Bay region.
The restrictions are a stark reversal from last season, when managers liberalized hunting on the peninsula.
Biologists identified the catch as a Pacific green sea turtle.
Liberty University has selected retired Anchorage Baptist Temple Pastor Jerry Prevo to be the interim president of the school.
The predominantly Alaska Native community of about 500 has instituted some of the strictest COVID-19 precautions in the region.
State transportation officials say the unnamed individual had finished a two-week shift on August 1 and began feeling ill after returning home to Juneau.
As cod populations have surged in the area, it appears that so far, they aren't staying there the whole winter.
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.
The future is uncertain for many employees of Anchorage CBS affiliate KTVA, after the television station’s owner, telecommunications company GCI,announced in late July it is getting out of the broadcast television business.
A co-owner said in a Facebook video that the new fines would be more than the business could afford.
Historically, many retired people and elders have worked at the polls but this year many are sitting it out over coronavirus concerns.
“It is no place for a mine,” the former vice president said in a statement to news media.