It's the first time since the 90s that Nome hasn't seen a cruise ship over the summer.
Pediatricians in Alaska weigh-in on school reopening. And, Juneau residents gather to support local and national police. Plus, wildfire managers think this year's fire season will remain pretty quiet.
Four bidders participated in the auction: Anchorage-based Ryan Air; a Southern California-based company called Float Shuttle; Connecticut investment firm Wexford Capital; and a group of Alaskans represented by bankruptcy attorney Cabot Christianson.
After the short-selling firm J Capital Research released a report suggesting the Donlin Gold mine was too expensive to build, NovaGold's stock price dropped, but since then its prices have rebounded.
The state also reduced the number of inpatient beds available, which it says more accurately represents the number of inpatient beds that can be used for COVID-19 patients.
The community has reported just two resident cases but council members expressed concern about limited healthcare capacity in the town of about 4,000.
Anchorage's hillside and the northern Kenai Peninsula are expected to be the hardest hit.
Alaska Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink said that Alaskans can slow the spread of COVID-19 by minimizing contact with micro-droplets from others in the air.
A pyrotechnician said that there was a malfunction during the finale, which “for reasons unknown” launched more quickly than planned.
The SBA has released the names of Alaska companies that scored the largest share of Alaska's $1.2 billion in PPP funds.
Southeast lawmaker is counting on the $5 billion Alaska squirreled away this year for future dividends
The constitutionally-protected portion of the Alaska Permanent Fund got a nearly $5 billion boost as the fiscal year drew to a close last month.
Residents are only allowed to use two gallons of fuel per day due to a leaky fuel line and a fuel barge that didn't arrive last summer.
American Cruise Lines canceled its season due to the recent COVID-19 spike across the nation, but some businesses are hoping that other small cruise lines can help buffer some of the loss caused by the major cruise lines' cancellations.
The city's plan was to keep people spending money despite a devastated tourism season. Some residents say it's working.
This glacial dam release, or jökulhlaup, was relatively small, but there could be more this summer.
Anchorage bar owners push back against being publicly named in connection with positive COVID cases. And, is Alaska's airport screening process working? Plus, what can testing for COVID-19 antibodies show?
The bankrupt RavnAir group sold off dozens of its small planes to three Alaska aviation companies in a Tuesday auction, but Ravn's largest planes and most valuable airline operating certificates won't be sold until Wednesday.
Several tribes are appealing a ruling that said that Alaska Native Corporations are eligible for a share of the $8 billion in CARES Act funding designated for tribes.
The report of another death follows a recent spike in Alaska’s number of new COVID-19 infections, and warnings from Anchorage city officials that its system for investigating cases has maxed out.
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