The smoke is expected to clear by Tuesday when a storm rolls into Southcentral Alaska.
To mark the anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, July is Disability Pride month. It's a time to celebrate progress and raise awareness.
Why did a planned shelter pushed by a conservative administration get quashed by the mayor's ideological allies? And what will happen to the 400 people currently staying at the emergency shelter at the Sullivan Arena this winter?
During the height of climbing season, base camp managers might have one hundred climbers at a time who are anxious to fly back to Talkeetna for a shower and a hot meal. During those weeks, keeping an orderly cue for flights out of the range is an important task for the base camp Manager.
The White House says $15 billion in payments have been sent out to the families of nearly 60 million children. Families will receive the funds by direct deposit or check. How much you get will depend on income and number of eligible children.
Canadians can fly to the U.S. but cannot enter by land. Most non-Canadians can't enter Canada by land or air. The government says a full reopening may require 75% of Canadians to be fully vaccinated.
Alaskans are set to elect candidates in a new way, leaving political parties with less power. But a legal challenge could derail RCV.
Tell us about your search for child care in Alaska. What was it like? What were the challenges?
The prices dealers pay for used cars at massive auctions across the country finally dipped in June after hitting record highs in each of the four previous months, according to the Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index.
The decision throws a wrench in the Anchorage assembly’s push to have smaller shelters dispersed around town. Meanwhile the Bronson administration is pushing forward with its plan to build a larger shelter on Tudor and Elmore roads.
An Alaska State Troopers report says that Bethel resident and flight passenger Jaden Lake-Kameroff entered the cockpit of a Cessna Caravan on a flight from Bethel to Aniak. The 18-year-old took control of the yoke, causing the plane to nosedive.
Over the past two months, lumber prices have been dropping fast, giving weight to the central bank's argument that pandemic price spikes for many products are likely to be temporary.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy vetoed around 12% of the ferry operating budget on Thursday. That leaves the Alaska Marine Highway System with nearly $8.5 million less to run its vessels over the next 18 months.
"Fish and Game and everybody else better be prepared to go out and get some crab or pollock or halibut and bring it to each household on the Yukon River," said one resident of Pilot Station about the poor runs, which prompted the state to close the subsistence fishery.
Each 250 square-foot unit is designed for one person, to bridge the gap between shelter and solo apartment.
Wilderness safety and medicine instructor Deb Ajango teaches her clients about bear safety through her business, Safety Ed, and she and her husband, Blaine Smith, live, work and play in bear country. Ajango shared the story of when a bear attacked Smith while the couple were on a walk not far from their home in Eagle River.
Alaska patients have reduced access to out-of-state telehealth appointments as emergency declarations end
Pandemic-era licensing waivers went away with the governor’s emergency order. It left some Seattle hospitals scrambling to reschedule Alaska patients.
Several dozen mourners gathered in a park in Anchorage Sunday evening to remember Jaclyn Welcome, a 37-year-old woman who was fatally shot on June 20.
Gravel, who represented Alaska as a Democrat in the Senate from 1969 to 1981, died Saturday, according to his daughter, Lynne Mosier. Gravel had been living in Seaside, California, and was in failing health, said Theodore W. Johnson, a former aide.
The Supreme Court ruled Alaska Native Corporations are eligible for $8 billion in tribal CARES Act fund. For tribes, the case was emotional.