Without the bodycam footage of the incident, the parents of a man shot by police say they haven't been able to understand what happened to their son in his final hour.
For many Americans, monuments, statutes and other historical markers are tributes to past figures, but for Native and Black Americans, these relics are painful reminders of racism and colonization. Some want them torn down, others say they should remain with accurate historical context. Is this the right fight?
The city council voted to limit seating capacity in buildings, require face masks in public buildings, and limit campground space.
That's exactly the point, say supporters.
The kiln will use excess heat from the power plant to dry wood that will be used to heat homes.
Officials from the village say they've heard that Napaskiak residents have been turned away from Bethel businesses after two positive tests last week. But one of those results was potentially a false positive.
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As the pandemic hit Alaska this spring, it forced the closure of nonessential businesses in Anchorage, and Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz says mandating mask-wearing now -- as cases spike in the city -- is a way to avoid another shutdown.
Sen. Murkowski is against defunding police, but she wouldn’t mind disarming them of weapons of war.
Over the past two weeks, several tremors have shaken Unalaska, but scientists say there isn't any current need to panic.
While most shareholders voted for the move, it failed to meet the required threshold of held shares.
The Seattle-based company said it will start issuing formal warnings to any passengers who don't wear a face covering, though there will be exceptions.
Skagway’s economy depends on cruise tourism. With little money coming in, the city is paying millions of dollars to residents
In Skagway, the city is distributing a large portion of its federal CARES Act funding directly to residents. City officials hope this unique action will save the town.
The retailer Neiman Marcus sold a Ravenstail knitted coat on its website for $2500, which contained the same patterns as a coat designed by a Native weaver.
One area of confusion has been how customers need to prove a disability that might prevent them from wearing a mask to a store owner.
Economists say $600 weekly payments to the unemployed are greasing the gears of the local economy. Those payments are set to end in less than a month.
The city manager says Bethel is in a unique position since all traffic to smaller villages goes through town.
The protections were put in place as part of the state's coronavirus response plan.
Dr Anne Zink reported that there were seven different positive tests in seven different bars over the past weekend.
Whether it's thunder and lightning and rain in Fairbanks, or just a whole lot more rain in Juneau, a couple things stand out about the summer so far in Alaska.
Hilcorp Alaska announced in a written statement Wednesday morning that it has taken over BP’s interests in the Prudhoe Bay, Milne Point and Point Thompson fields.