Ten-year-old Aaron Blust of Juneau is an inspired chef. His salmon dish is getting him and his family a trip to Washington, D.C.
The Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears and Thunder Mountain Falcons varsity teams kick off Saturday at 7 p.m. at Falcons’ field. The junior varsity squads play at 4 p.m.
Alaska is once again near the top of the list in workplace injuries and fatalities. The state’s construction and fishing industries contribute to the bulk of the incidents.
Murkowski says good health care should be more accessible for Alaskans but she says this law isn’t the answer for providing that.
Officials from 10 federal agencies will meet Thursday (August 9th) with tribal leaders from northern Southeast Alaska. It’s one in a series of regional tribal collaboration gatherings.
The U.S. and Alaska state flags will be lowered to half-staff to honor the victims of the Wisconsin shootings.
Alaska’s health commissioner says his department didn’t intend to restrict the definition of a medically necessary abortion in proposed regulations for abortion payment conditions.
The Alaska Department of Labor says senior citizens will make up 17 percent of the state’s population by the year 2030. But in 1980, seniors comprised just 3 percent.
Mary Louise Rasmuson, one of Alaska’s most well-known women, died in her home yesterday in Anchorage. She was 101.