‘Most mothers don’t have to deal with this’: COVID-19 makes medical travel for pregnant women even harder
Alaska women who live in rural and remote communities usually travel to city centers to give birth — against incredible geographical odds. And now, COVID-19 has made a hard trip even more daunting.
Independent Representative Josiah Patkotak from Utqiagvik will preside over the House until there’s a permanent speaker.
Echohawk, a Pawnee Indian, was raised in Delta Junction and showed an early interest in Alaska Native issues.
https://youtu.be/cnfQwMLWJrk After a year of pandemic and increased racial tensions, Ed Washington, an Anchorage musician who won...
The cemetery holds the graves of Unangan people who died during World War II after the U.S. government forcibly removed them from the Pribilof Islands took them to the Southeast rainforest with only one bag apiece and no hunting or fishing gear.
Even though there has been just one confirmed case of a new, more infectious COVID-19 variant in Alaska, health officials say now is the time to upgrade your single-layer cloth mask.
Pacific Islanders and Native Hawaiians were about 10 times more likely to die of COVID-19, but 10 times less likely to be vaccinated.
Sen. Sullivan says the Biden administration shouldn't discriminate against oil and gas, and that all energy sectors matter.
Eight individuals, including five Alaska Native people who've gone missing in the Fairbanks area since last May remain unaccounted for.
In Chefornak, a family was forced to evacuate their home because a sinkhole caused by thawing permafrost formed underneath it. That family had to move into a building intended to be a quarantine facility.
The winter fishery for Bering Sea pollock, which goes into products like McDonald's fish sandwiches, officially opened Wednesday. But two of the region's largest processors are both shut down
President Joe Biden imposed a “temporary moratorium” on all oil and gas leasing activities in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge shortly after taking office on Wednesday, citing the "alleged legal deficiencies underlying the program."
The region has recorded the highest COVID-19 rates in the state for months.
Some Haines residents displaced by the recent landslide say they’re still cut off from their properties and in the dark about what comes next.
The move by one of the region’s economic powerhouses is the latest sign of Southeast Alaska’s economic transition away from logging.
‘I don’t want to die from this’: 40% of incarcerated Alaskans contract COVID-19 despite visitation bans
Advocates, inmates, and families are frustrated about what they see as an inadequate and opaque response from the Department of Corrections.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski says President Trump incited the violence at the Capitol and is too angry about losing the election to govern.
All three members of Alaska's Congressional delegation issued statements on social media Wednesday afternoon, saying they were safe and condemning violence.
How we got here, and what’s to come.
Etheldra Davis dedicated her life and career to education and community activism in Anchorage.