Anyone entering a federal courthouse in Alaska must wear a mask or face covering or they will not be allowed inside.
Palmer’s police chief returned to work Monday after a nearly three-week suspension over Facebook posts he made calling the Black Lives Matter movement a “hate group” and, separately, questioning the legitimacy of sexual assault reports.
As coronavirus cases spike in the U.S., states are in a mad scramble to figure out what to do about kids returning to school in the fall. Is the virus really “low risk” for kids and how easily do they catch and spread it?
Construction crews are balancing the need for the work on the schools threatened by things like riverbank erosion with the village's fears of a COVID-19 outbreak.
Anchorage area wildlife biologist Dave Battle said Fish and Game started to get a few calls about bear sightings in early April, and in the past week, “it’s really ramped up.”
A working group says the $24 million in subsidies proposed by Gov. Mike Dunleavy isn''t sufficient to keep the Alaska Marine Highway System running.
Police say the man, when asked why he was shooting, said he'd "seen it in a movie"
While the Wild Fish Conservancy has asked for an injunction that would stop all chinook salmon fisihing in Alaska, Alaska trollers say that there is more than just fish at stake.
When a 19-year-old man broke into a village public safety building dressed for combat, state troopers say tragedy was avoided thanks to an armed resident who got the man to give up his weapon and lie on the ground.
A rural school district said it was blindsided by a Bethel principal’s arrest. Except he’d been investigated twice before.
The principal for one of Alaska’s largest rural elementary schools, in a region with some of the highest sex crime rates in the country and a state with a history of failing to protect students, was allowed to remain on the job until the FBI got involved.
LISTEN: With the school year weeks away, teachers contemplate returning to the classroom during a pandemic
The decisions on how to educate students during the pandemic are difficult and teachers are caught in the middle. So how do teachers feel about the upcoming school year?
LISTEN: This Alaska bush pilot died in a plane crash. Now his friend who survived wants to honor him.
Researcher Ben Jones says he's compiled a list of more than 100 scientific publications that his pilot friend, Jim Webster, contributed to, and he's seeking an honorary, posthumous degree for Webster from UAF.
The Brooks Camp Developed Area of Katmai National Park and Preserve is closed due to multiple cases of COVID-19 among residents of the area.
An activist brought a caribou heart to protest Sen. Sullivan's support of drilling in the Arctic Refuge.
New COVID-19 rules in place for Alaska’s ferries, including testing, mask-wearing and social distancing
Passengers will be required to be tested for COVID-19 before boarding Alaska's mainline ferries.
Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation recommends lockdown after COVID-positive person traveled to a regional village
The health corporation is not naming the village, and says the individual is now in isolation.
Onlookers estimated the fire spread to about 15 acres as officials and volunteers tried to contain it.
Four people died in a vehicle wreck south of Petersburg. It’s believed the late model SUV went off Mitkof Highway sometime Monday night.
The anatomy and function of the pelvis is complicated and recovery after childbirth can be both challenging and confusing. Join host Dr. Justin Clark for Line One and a discussion on how pelvic physical therapy can help in postpartum recovery and return to exercise and normal life.
A lawsuit filed Friday says state elections officials are discriminating by mailing unprompted absentee ballot applications to older Alaskans but not to all qualified voters.