By Friday, a total of 208 people were fighting COVID-19 in Alaska hospitals, up from 206 on Thursday. Twenty-seven of the COVID-19 patients were on ventilators.
Etheldra Davis moved to Anchorage in 1959 from Los Angeles and was the first Black teacher hired on contract with the Anchorage School District.
The House of Representatives passed a bill on Tuesday aimed at funding permanent fund dividends at $1,100. But the final amount isn’t clear.
Kenai homeowners have taken their own approaches — or no approach at all — to bluff erosion.
These Anchorage residents waited until August to get a COVID vaccine. Here’s why they’re finally getting the shot.
Nationally, research suggests that there are broadly two groups of people who still haven’t gotten vaccinated: those who say they never will, and those who are waiting to see how others respond to it.
Aug. 10 is Alaska Wild Salmon Day. Gov. Bill Walker set aside the day in 2016 to honor the iconic Alaska species.
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.
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.
Carey Harris Stickford is telling the story of her daughter’s death to highlight what she sees as major lapses in the military’s response.