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.
The bear had entered buildings and food caches, according to National Park Service officials.
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.
A VPSO is patrolling the community to limit contact between residents.
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.
Managers of the emergency mass shelter at the Sullivan Arena fear that some have already been forced to sleep on the street because of limited capacity.
The company applied for an extension of its lease holdings in order to make the leases more attractive to a potential buyer, not to develop it them itself.
Historic Bus 142 has returned to Fairbanks where it first served as part of the city's public transit system in the 1940s.
An Unalaska artist is putting together a tarot deck filled with Alaskan-themed imamges of humpback whales, grizzly bears, and cormorants.
Yute Commuter Service is suing its former business manager for allegedly embezzling company funds to pay for personal expenses, pay raises and bonuses.
Alaska environmental regulators are seeking additional money for the state’s oil spill response fund amid a review of requirements for petroleum producers and shippers.
The decision likely eliminates the possibility a judge will require the state to send absentee ballot request forms to all voters before November
"No Pebble Mine," Sen. Sullivan wrote on Twitter, after Pebble CEO was caught on tape saying the senator would stay in his corner and be quiet.
A federal appeals court says Alaska Native corporations can't receive a share of the $8 billion coronavirus fund Congress created for tribes.
The sirens are being replaced one-by-one and will offer new sounds and features.
The decision comes amidst strong public opposition.