Alaska reports single-day coronavirus high as Anchorage struggles with contact tracing

51 Alaska residents tested positive for the coronavirus throughout the day on Thursday.

Here are the five finalists for UA interim president

The University of Alaska Fairbanks campus. (University of Alaska photo) The University of Alaska Board of Regents...

The annual five year Arctic Research plan is inviting public comment before the plan is written. Here’s what you need to know.

Which federal agencies decide what it will include and how can you weigh in to help shape the focus of the science?

3 COVID-19 cases confirmed in one day in Norton Sound Region

One of the cases was in the community of Teller, population 237. Health authorities say they will offer additional testing for residents there.

California entrepreneurs launched a business to fly over L.A. traffic. Now, they will operate Ravn’s routes.

Float Shuttle was the brainchild of a pair of California entrepreneurs, Tom Hsieh and Arnel Guiang, and it is a wholly different enterprise than the Alaska airlines that face rugged terrain and foul-weather flying. It outbid a team of Alaskans that included Lynden chairman Jim Jansen.
Above: This time of year, In the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, communities along the Parks highway are usually teeming with tourists looking to camp in scenic getaways or visit Mount Denali. But this year, travel restrictions, health mandates, and cancelations means there are few tourists to boost the local economy. Alaska Public Media’s Matt Faubion and Zakiya McCummings, reports.

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