Ballot measure 2 seeks to make changes to the state’s election structure by replacing the political party primary and by selecting candidates through ranked choice voting. What would it mean for elections and what do you need to know about the measure before voting on it?
Making his first run for public office, Al Gross wants to win the race for Alaska's U.S. Senate seat, currently held by incumbent Dan Sullivan. Gross is running as an Independent with support from state democrats.
Challenging Alaska's lone and long-serving U.S. House representative for a second time, Alyse Galvin is running as an independent with support from state Democrats.
Alaska has only one U.S. House seat and Congressman Don Young is seeking his 25th term in that position. What does he want to accomplish in the next two years if he is re-elected?
An Alaska legislative committee has agreed to Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s plan to expand access to a federally funded small business relief program.
The new cases take Angoon’s total to eight, prompting Mayor Joshua Bowen to issue an emergency order requiring all travelers to the community to self-isolate for two weeks on arrival.
A federal shipment of Cepheid supplies directed to fishing towns has allowed providers to test tens of thousands of samples on a rapid basis. But in other communities, Cepheid machines are sitting largely idle because of a lack of the cartridges needed to process each sample.
Families in Anchorage show how they're approaching the '20-'21 school year.
But health officials caution that the forecast could easily change depending on how Alaskans behave.
A handful of churches defied the city’s emergency order to limit gatherings to stop the spread of COVID-19 last week.
Alaska Natives, Pacific Islanders have a disproportionate number of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations
Alaskans of Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander ethnicity make up 4% of the cases in the state, while they’re only 1% of the population.
Alaska is imposing new testing requirements. Here's what travelers need to know.
LISTEN: Alaska was coming out of recession when COVID-19 hit. Now the future is more unclear than ever before.
How deep will the downturn be, and what will it take before we can say Alaska’s economy is in recovery? What are the benchmarks and what will state services, employment and Alaska’s business sector look like after so much financial loss?
LISTEN: Small businesses employ just over half of all Alaskans. How are they fairing as they wait for CARES act funding?
A lawsuits filed against the legislative budget and audit committee says the entire legislature must approve of releasing CARES Act funding to Alaska businesses and municipalities. What happens now and how many more businesses will go under while they wait for help?
Many families have low or no internet connection available in their homes, so how well does remote teaching work and what might it portend for the start of classes in the fall?
Alaska lawmakers have said they need to approve the governor’s plan for sending out federal CARES Act funds to Alaska businesses and communities. They’re considering reconvening in Juneau to do so. Should they?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-tliw9EZ7g Anchorage musician Kat Moore shares her song, Pandora's Box, from her solo band, The Forest That...
Reopening Alaska's economy is something some Alaskans desperately want while others urge caution as the coronavirus pandemic continues. THow will this work in practice and how do we know it isn’t too soon?
With the stress of sheltering in our homes and a daily barrage of worrisome news about the global pandemic, it’s important to find time to decompress, relax and find hope for the future.
With limited clinic and hospital capacity, how are rural Alaska health providers preparing to assist residents who become ill?