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While the Fourth of July is normally a time of national celebration, concerns about the rising spread of COVID-19 have canceled nearly all of the... [Read More]
The recent deaths of five people in Western Alaska show a concerning persistence in domestic violence, Alaska State Troopers said Wednesday. [Read More]
While the Anchorage Public Library has been doing curbside pick up, the library's five locations will now offer limited in-person services as well. [Read More]
Legislation that temporarily suspended evictions, foreclosures and the repossession of vehicles will end July 1, Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced Tuesday. [Read More]
Blackwater Railroad vocalist and guitar player, Tyson Davis, speaks out about why he made his diagnosis public and what having COVID-19 has been like for... [Read More]
State officials have approved a $5.6 billion sale of BP's oil and gas leases to Hilcorp Energy Company almost a year after the companies announced... [Read More]
The U.S. Department of the Interior says it is reopening trails in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge after they were damaged in the 2019 Swan... [Read More]
Several members of a family traveling outside of Auke Bay have been transported to the hospital with serious injuries after colliding with a whale, NOAA... [Read More]
Alaska State Troopers has released the name of one of the law enforcement officers who was involved in a shooting in Wasilla on June 23. [Read More]
A district court has ruled that Alaska Native corporations do qualify for CARES Act funding after several tribes from the Lower 48 had contested calling... [Read More]
The Department of Health and Social Services is advising people who have visited two locations in Seward to get tested for COVID-19, citing concerns that... [Read More]
Alaska State Trooper Jerry Evan died from injuries at his home in Bethel, Troopers said earlier this week. [Read More]
As statues around the nation are being removed for their ties to slavery in the U.S., a statue in Anchorage has come under scrutiny. [Read More]
At a COVID-19 update Friday, Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz announced people within the municipality must wear a mask indoors starting 8 a.m. Monday. [Read More]
The Department of Health and Social Services has added two more deaths to the state's COVID-19 related deaths, bringing the total to 14. [Read More]
Commercial fishing businesses can now apply for the Paycheck Protection Program loans that include crew in payroll costs, as the Department of Treasury and Small... [Read More]
Former Executive Director of the Alaska Native Harbor Seal Commission, Joni Raelle Bryant, is facing multiple counts of embezzlement for allegedly embezzling federal money granted... [Read More]
The City of Napaskiak said there is evidence of community spread of the coronavirus in the village and will be advising residents to isolate at... [Read More]
Alaska has seen another increase in active COVID-19 cases with the Department of Health and Social Services reporting 291 active cases in Alaska residents on... [Read More]
Alaskans no longer need to mail, email or fax in their absentee ballot applications as the state has now opened up an online application process,... [Read More]
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