The Juneau Assembly will consider reenacting its emergency measures to combat COVID-19 at a special meeting this evening.
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The Kensington Mine is one of the region’s largest private sector employers with around 360 employees. But in order to stay open through 2033, the mine needs to expand its footprint.
Terri Burr hopes many of the language learners will become teachers someday — and that they’ll pass on not just the language, but Tsimshian history, too.
The Pacific Northwest heat dome just skirted Southeast. What will Alaska’s own extreme heat waves look like?
This summer has been one of the colder summers the region has had in the last few years. But when compared with summers over the last several decades, it’s still among the hottest.
Travelers will have to upload proof they’ve completed a full series of an authorized coronavirus vaccine.
A small percentage of Alaska’s COVID-19 cases have involved fully vaccinated people. Here’s what we know so far.
While half of the state’s population is vaccinated, they make up around 1% of COVID-19 hospitalizations; unvaccinated individuals make up 99% of hospitalizations.
Providers in rural Alaska have been pushing to store blood supplies closer to the communities they serve.
Combining Shakespeare and hip-hop, students at Anchorage youth center learn to tell their own stories
It didn’t take long for the students to find parallels in their own lives with the 17th-century playwright that helped them discuss and work through modern problems.
The Legislature passed a budget that included roughly $2 million to pay for the food and housing needs of lawmakers and their families attending the session. But Dunleavy said it doesn’t make sense for legislators to receive the money until they’ve taken more action on permanent fund dividends.