Sen. Dan Sullivan promotes the King Cove road and Arctic drilling in his address to the legislature. Also, Native leaders call for land acknowledgements at Fairbanks city council meetings. And how school counselors are supporting students' mental health.
How an increase in short-term rentals impacts the housing market in Juneau. Bird flu has swept across the lower 48, and Alaskan biologists are on the lookout. And students test their knowledge at the tenth annual Yup'ik spelling bee.
A new opioid treatment program in Juneau is the first of its kind in Southeast. Also, how a volcano could help power an Aleutian community. And birch tree sap harvesters in Talkeetna face effects of a warming climate.
State officials are investigating human remains discovered by a construction crew in Haines. Also, a new study shows the number of spills at Alaska's mines may be higher than expected. And after COVID put studies on hold, scientists are surveying ice seals in the Bering Sea.
Anne Garland Young endorses state Sen. Josh Revak to replace her late husband in Congress. Also, business leaders plan to build up Alaska's mariculture industry. And Wrangell high school students' shoe designs could win them $50,000.
Homeless families in Anchorage are living in hotel rooms, waiting for more permanent housing. Remembering trail blazing Alaska politician Arliss Sturgulewski. And Delta Junction is preparing to welcome Ukranian refugees to town.
Many of Sarah Palin's former supporters say they won't vote for her in the U.S. House race. Also, the state has started testing wildlife for COVID-19, including beluga, caribou and bears. And Hugh Neff wins Alaska's last major sled dog race of the season.
A man who threatened Alaska's senators last year is sentenced to prison. Also, leaders from around the world meet in Anchorage to discuss Arctic policy. And the Alaska Folk Festival returns to Juneau for the first time in two years.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski votes to confirm judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. Also, the state House passes a budget amendment cutting Medicaid funding for abortions. And Juneau considers ending its relationship with a sister city in Russia.
Results for the Anchorage municipal election start to come in. Also, tribes could run pilot project schools under a bill passed by the state Senate. And a hiker survives falling more than one thousand feet down a snowy peak in Sitka.
Anchorage voters head to polling places and drop boxes on election day. Plus, a massive overhaul of the state's alcohol laws nears the finish line.
State leaders remember Don Young at a memorial service in Anchorage. Also, masks become optional at schools in Juneau. And how one woman helped revive Yup'ik dancing in Napaskiak.
Dozens of candidates jump into the special election to replace Congressman Don Young. Pilots picket over contract negotiations with Alaska Airlines. And the USDA gives new funds to small businesses in Southeast.
Health officials recommend additional boosters as the newest COVID variant spreads. Also, controversy over the name of Palmer's summer festival, Colony Days. And in the cab capital of Alaska, some drivers are staying off the road.
Three years after the fatal shooting of a Black man by Anchorage police, advocates call for accountability. Also, the Board of Fisheries bans an increasingly popular fishing method for Sitka sockeye. Families and state troopers speak at a rally for missing people in Fairbanks.
Alaska Congressman Don Young lies in state at the U.S. Capitol. Also, oil prices reshape the debate over state revenue and dividend payments. And the push for local input on changing derogatory place names.
Residents whose homes were cut off by an avalanche near Eagle River assess next steps. Also the Sitka Sound sac roe herring fishery gets underway. Plus new investors in a Wasilla grocery store chain means expansion.
Kodiak’s Coast Guard Base gets a major influx in federal infrastructure money. Also, an avalanche blocks a major road near Anchorage and strands some local residents. The 2022 Iditarod's teacher on the trail says the race can inspire students in Alaska and beyond.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski says Russia's invasion of Ukraine could impact Alaska's workforce. Also, some fishermen say the Board of Fisheries' conservation efforts have hurt business. And the Juneau Police Department has a new webpage on missing persons cases.
Sport and commercial fishermen reach a compromise over king salmon bag limits. Also, Alaska’s labor commissioner says the department has learned from the pandemic.