Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are being sworn in as the president and vice president of the United States. Watch the ceremony, inaugural address and other celebratory events throughout the day.
The U.S. House of Representatives is debating an article of impeachment against President Trump following the violence at the U.S. Capitol.
Watch live: The U.S. House of Representatives is taking up a resolution that would call on Vice President Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment and take over President Trump’s duties.
Members of Congress are formally counting the Electoral College votes. A group of violent supporters of President Donald Trump breached the U.S. Capitol earlier on Wednesday, clashing with Capitol police and delaying the process.
The tech company’s Doodle of the day is of Alaska Native civil rights icon Elizabeth Peratrovich. For the illustration, they tapped Tlingit artist Michaela Goade who is based in Sitka.
Juneau’s landfill has been extra stinky lately, here’s what’s causing it,
Alaska lawmakers will be required to wear facemasks during floor sessions, that and other rules were adopted by a joint House-Senate Legislative Council on Monday, it’s not clear how long those rules will be in effect.
The collision of a warm, wet weather front with a mass of cold air from Siberia could set a new record: the lowest barometric pressure recorded in the North Pacific,
While the COVID-19 pandemic forced many schools and colleges to innovate ways to teach students remotely, one University of Alaska Campus was already there.
Because the Pfizer vaccine has to be stored at a temperature of minus 70 degrees celsius, SEARHC will store it in freezers at their Sitka headquarters and then fly packages to outlying communities.
Juneau city officials are holding their weekly COVID-19 community update at 4 p.m. today over video conference. You can watch on the City and Borough of Juneau’s Facebook page or on Zoom.
According to his budget proposal, he wants to draw about $6.3 billion from the state’s permanent fund earnings — about half of that is part of the regular draw that would happen under state statute. The rest, he’s calling a one-time ask — saying he doesn’t intend to regularly lean on the fund to pay for large expenses.
From a group of volunteers working to salvage a woman’s home to a hotel reopening to offer a safe place to stay, the people of Haines are showing they can lean on each other.