After plummeting this spring, low oil prices show no signs of rising. What does that mean for Alaska?
As impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic linger around the world, it's unclear if or when prices will be high again.
We're asking experts and local leaders what they’ve learned in the past six months of the coronavirus pandemic, and that includes Dr. Deena Bishop, superintendent of the Anchorage School District, the largest school district in the state.
Nationally, Black and Asian Americans are facing a much greater increase in the unemployment rate, compared to white Americans.
Juneau officials say that anyone who has been in any Juneau bar over the last week should get tested for COVID-19.
Civil rights groups are challenging the Alaska state law that absentee ballots be signed by a witness, saying it's an unconstitutional burden on voting rights during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Experts say the lack of a national testing strategy has led to unnecessary deaths of people experiencing homelessness.
The federal government says states should prepare for a vaccine to be available by the end of October but top advisors say that timeline is 'extremely unlikely.'
Managers of the emergency mass shelter at the Sullivan Arena say that they were able to isolate the cases quickly.