The decision comes amidst strong public opposition.
Ballot measure 2 seeks to make changes to the state’s election structure by replacing the political party primary and by selecting candidates through ranked choice voting. What would it mean for elections and what do you need to know about the measure before voting on it?
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As the pandemic continues it is easy to become fatigued with information. Where can you even get information that you can trust?
Pebble Mine opponents say CEO's resignation is just scapegoating. Gov. Dunleavy denies he served as Pebble's messenger to the White House, and Sen. Murkowski is furious.
Friends and family describe "Flo" as kind and sophisticated, but her upbringing was marred by family tragedy.
Alaska is fully into fall now, which means winter is right around the corner. And that, of course, means pondering what sort of temperatures and snow we'll see in the months ahead.
There are many exciting clinical careers aside from Doctors and Nurses. If blood and guts are not for you, you can still enjoy a blood-free clinical career in healthcare.
On September 21, an environmental group leaked footage of top mining executives discussing the proposed Donlin Gold mine. ( Environmental Investigation Agency)
Even as climate change threatens to impose steep costs in Alaska, Dunleavy is still promoting the state's oil industry. But he says he's excited by the plummeting cost of renewable power sources, and their potential to bring down electricity prices and recruit more business to the state.
Nome recorded 1.27 inches of rain on Sept. 14
As the coronavirus pandemic hit Alaska, physician's assistant from the fishing community of Unalaska did what she could to make sure her community was prepared.
In secretly recorded calls, the CEO of Pebble Partnership told men posing as investors that Alaska's senators' public doubts about the project weren't genuine.
All of the cases are currently isolating in Buckland, according to local health officials.
Kane opened in March, a week before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down retailers for months.
U.S. jet fighters have scrambled at least a dozen times so far this year to intercept Russian military aircraft that fly into airspace off Alaska’s coasts.
What’s happening at the Malaspina Glacier may be the largest landscape transformation underway in the United States, according to researchers.
Doctors say early, aggressive restrictions have helped keep the number of deaths in Alaska tied to COVID-19 low. But, they caution, the numbers can change quickly and it is not time to let your guard down.
The mine shut down flights to regional communities after several employees tested positive in the last weeks.
Making his first run for public office, Al Gross wants to win the race for Alaska's U.S. Senate seat, currently held by incumbent Dan Sullivan. Gross is running as an Independent with support from state democrats.
The Iditarod says it will work with an infectious disease epidemiologist to develop a plan for holding the 1,000-mile race during the coronavirus.