There are several requirements needed to get issued a REAL ID. One of them is two documents showing proof of residence, with a physical address on them.
Historically, Arctic communities have had thick layers of sea ice to help buffer those storms, but that protection is disappearing.
While the storms are nothing new for this time of year, they are likely to disrupt sea ice in the region, which is forming at a much slower rate due to an abnormally warm year.
While this particular virus isn’t doing widespread damage, its emergence opens the door for other viruses to pop up between oceans.
Qilak LNG made the announcement Wednesday that the it plans on shipping gas on icebreaking tankers from fields in Point Thomson.
Less than a year into his first term as an Alaska state representative, Laddie Shaw has been selected to fill the Senate seat of the late Chris Birch.
U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has been in Alaska this week highlighting her national Education Freedom Scholarship proposal.
The vote overturns a declaration that allowed for the expedited elimination of academic programs and layoffs of tenured faculty.
An agreement between Gov. Mike Dunleavy and the University of Alaska Board of Regents will see a $25 million cut in funding for this budget year. The next two years would see cuts of $25 million and $20 million.
A coalition of more than two dozen organizations gathered for a press conference Wednesday in Anchorage under the moniker “Save Our State.”