A green school bus with shattered windows on a trailer bed with about six people standing in front of it wearing face coverings.

“Into The Wild” bus back in Fairbanks

University of Alaska Fairbanks and state officials pose during a media event in front of the bus at the UA Museum...
A roll of "I voted" stickers with the blue alaska flag nexxt to secrecy folders

Absentee ballot lawsuit will not be heard before election

The decision likely eliminates the possibility a judge will require the state to send absentee ballot request forms to all voters before November
Senator Dan Sullivan speaking to the media

“Pebble Tapes” prompt Sullivan to raise volume on his opposition to the mine

"No Pebble Mine," Sen. Sullivan wrote on Twitter, after Pebble CEO was caught on tape saying the senator would stay in his corner and be quiet.
Horns pointing out in multiple directions with spruce trees visible in the background

Kodiak’s decades-old Tsunami siren system gets a new song

The sirens are being replaced one-by-one and will offer new sounds and features.
Above: The new school year is underway in Alaska and the majority of the state’s students are attending school online. While online education is a challenge for any district that’s used to brick and mortar schools, it’s a significant obstacle for the majority of school districts in Alaska which are rural or remote. Alaska Public Media’s Mayowa Aina looks at how two of the state’s largest rural school districts are navigating schooling during a pandemic.

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