Bishop Mark Lattime said the action was prompted by the discovery of unmarked graves where Indigenous children were buried at Canadian boarding schools.
Interim president Pat Pitney said she expects a federal vaccination mandate to apply to the entire UA system soon.
Bird biologist Jim Johnson says there’s broader evidence that the nomadic turkey vulture is expanding north.
A federal judge ruled Friday that a Delta Junction man accused of threatening to kill one of Alaska’s two U.S. senators must remain behind bars until an Oct. 19 preliminary hearing.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks has moved the “Into the Wild” bus to a UAF engineering building lab for repairs.
The FBI says Johnson left four messages on Murkowski’s voicemail, including one on Sept. 29 in which he allegedly threatened to hire a hitman.
Researchers on the Sikuliaq have used an array of technology to survey the ocean floor of the Canada Basin and adjacent Chukchi Borderlands.
A melt-caused landslide is accelerating, prompting action to maintain the route used to transport thousands of visitors through the park every summer.
Eielson Air Force Base has increased its COVID-19 precautions after Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson’s commander declared a public health emergency on Friday.
A new University of Alaska Fairbanks study explores the life story of a woolly mammoth that lived 17,000 years ago.