Some Alaskans are among the more than 600 people nationwide infected by salmonella after eating boneless skinless chicken breast products from Foster Farms
News that the Federal Highway Trust Fund is running out of money is worrying a lot of states, but not Alaska.
Alaska is one of 24 states that rejected federal dollars to increase access to Medicaid.
Juneau police believe they have a suspect in connection with a racial incident that marred the parade at the end of last month’s Celebration.
The people of Shaktoolik are taking matters into their own hands and building a coastal berm to protect their community from erosion.
A U.S. Senator from Missouri is continuing her crackdown on the advantages Alaska Native Corporations enjoy in government contracting.
$153 million is the huge new settlement for back contract support costs due the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium from the Indian Health Service.
NOAA is opening public comment on a plan to relax Steller sea lion protections and allow more commercial fishing in the western Aleutian Islands.
For the second time in six months, the U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill aimed at greater oil industry access to the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.
All three candidates vying for the Republican nomination in August’s senatorial primary election squared off over a variety of issues in Anchorage on Thursday.