https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=To2JBuFR2VQ Bearded men and women from around the country gather in Anchorage every winter during the Fur...
Seven people died after two planes collided midair near Soldotna on Friday, according to Alaska State Troopers. All were confirmed dead on scene except for one person that succumbed to injuries during transport to the local hospital, troopers said.
Passengers will be required to get a COVID-19 test prior to arriving.
The district says it intends to open at 'green' status, regardless of the number of cases in the borough.
Should I dipnet? Or open the mail? Here’s how Zink and 5 other Alaska health experts manage COVID-19 risks in their daily lives
You probably know that health officials have warned about going to parties and bars. But how risky is hiking or dipnetting? How about ordering takeout? Should I send my kids to daycare? Alaska Public Media recruited six local experts to tell us how they answer those questions for their own families.
‘One mussel could kill someone’: Officials warn of extremely high shellfish toxin levels in Unalaska
Alaska state and local health officials are warning of dangerous high levels of toxins in shellfish, after a person died of paralytic shellfish poisoning from mussels and snails in the Aleutian Island community of Unalaska.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmM020DhqPk Ever wonder what it takes to capture skiers on video as they perform their most epic...
The survival of the SeaLife Center is in jeopardy. It has a $2 million hole in its budget.
Matthew Burtner is using his experience as a...
The report of another death follows a recent spike in Alaska’s number of new COVID-19 infections, and warnings from Anchorage city officials that its system for investigating cases has maxed out.
How Providence workers fought to contain ‘lightning speed’ coronavirus at site of Alaska’s largest outbreak
Two health care workers from the Providence Transitional Care Center in Anchorage share their stories.
During the Cook expedition's short time on shore in Cook Inlet an artist aboard managed to paint a Dena'ina man. Another member of the party shot and killed a dog traded by the Natives.
President Trump this week announced an effort to alleviate the damage on the fishing industry caused by his trade war with China. But Alaska fishing groups say they’re deeply displeased, because the relief is targeted solely at the lobster industry, which is centered in Maine.
A city proposal would put $1 million of CARES Act funding to create temporary jobs for workers who found themselves unemployed due to the pandemic.
The state House race centers on an incumbent, David Eastman, who’s so polarizing that some lawmakers say he played a big role in blocking his own party from forming a majority in his chamber last year.
Businesses that have required customers and employees to wear masks say that they've run into some brusque opposition from those who say that such requirements are a violation of personal liberty.
The three Cold War-era bombers arrived from an Air Force base in Louisiana.
What does data show about police shootings and use of force in Alaska, particularly when it’s used on people of color? What do we know about how officers are disciplined for violating those policies? We ask and answer those questions, and others, about Anchorage police and the Alaska State Troopers.
The area was once a sprawling homeless camp that attracted preying drug dealers and invited squalor. How did it manage to clean up?
The art of skin sewing has long been a treasured skillset in Western Alaska, especially in Central and Siberian Yupik communities, like Gambell and Savoonga.