A blue warehouse building with a small entry building oustdie where employees in hazmat equiipment wait

Unalaska seafood plant remains on lockdown with 20 more COVID-19 cases

UniSea is one of the largest seafood plants in the world.
A terraced pit mine with a dust explosion in the middle

Red Dog Mine employee dies in production drill incident, mine operators say

An employee at the Red Dog Mine died during an incident at a production drill, mine operators say.
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Proposal would allow Alaska lawmakers to vote remotely this session

Alaska lawmakers adopted a proposal Monday that would allow legislators to vote remotely through the same digital voting board as those in the Capitol building.

Prices drop for Alaska sport fish permits

Resident permits will drop to $20, while nonresident permits will now cost $100.
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Dunleavy appoints Sniffen as attorney general

Sniffen has been the acting attorney general since August, when former Attorney General Kevin Clarkson resigned.
Above: To defeat COVID-19, Alaska needs to vaccinate as many residents as possible. But how do concerns about the vaccine affect the success of that mission? Some people have declined getting the shot, and health care providers recognize that’s a problem. Alaska Public Media’s Adelyn Baxter has this look at how they’re addressing those fears with facts and direct outreach. 

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