Among the most immersed in all things related to COVID-19 is Dr. Anne Zink, the state's chief medical officer. Zink has been as much of a public face for the state's response as the governor himself, while still occasionally doing some work as an emergency room physician.
But air quality remains in the "Good" level
Alaska Rep. Don Young introduced the legislation in response to the Census Bureau's decision to shorten the counting season.
A federal judge ruled last year that the Forest Service had failed to provide site specific information in advance of the timber sale.
Cab drivers say having to enforce a mandate to unwilling customers puts them in an awkward position.
A Sept. 3 meeting drew pointed questions from lawmakers on Gov. Dunleavy's appointments to the Board of Fish.
The policy proposals identify specific examples of what “sexual grooming” behavior is, and it spells out how the district should respond to reports of such behavior, following the arrest in 2019 of a Bethel school principal on charges of sexual abuse.
But the five employees who tested positive didn't interact with others, according to company officials.
Many Denali Borough businesses rely on a cruise ship visitors who didn't show up this year. But there are some signs that things could improve next year.
ASAA began conducting competitive eSports last year in Alaska schools, and with in-person sports on hold in the Northwest Arctic, now could be their time to join.
USDA will provide cash to Alaska fishermen based on last year's catch: 16 cents a pound for salmon, 4 cents a pound for herring and a whopping 76 cents per pound for geoduck clams.
Challenging Alaska's lone and long-serving U.S. House representative for a second time, Alyse Galvin is running as an independent with support from state Democrats.
Families have seen a summer's worth of subsistence catches go to waste.
But there will be some changes to the Bethel-based race that has grown in popularity in recent years.
The village has closed off entry, but residents will now have to travel to nearby villages in order to get groceries.
Since 1990 there has been a 250% increase in divorce rates for people older than 50. What are the reasons behind this rising trend? What are the mental health implications on both divorcees and their adult children?
Nationally, Black and Asian Americans are facing a much greater increase in the unemployment rate, compared to white Americans.
The woman, former Village Public Safety Officer Sgt. Jody Potts, says she wants to set the record straight after false reports and rumors led to the harassment of her daughter.
In a nonbinding resolution, the borough assembly asked for state protections for sexual orientation and gender identity, as the city's resolution doesn't necessarily apply to outlying areas.
Erosion, parking and trail access problems have worsened due to the pandemic as the park system copes with 5 years without capital funding.