The 34 dog mushers signed up to run the next Iditarod Trail Sled Dog race are the fewest in the race’s 50-year-old history.
This week, the Anchorage Daily News reported that unusually high rates of flu and respiratory syncytial virus are filling pediatric units at hospitals across the state.
With three weeks left in the year, 2022 could surpass the 1991 record by several inches.
Huna Totem Corporation aims to complete construction on a 10,000-foot visitor center and a new cruise ship berth with a curved trestle by 2025, but there are many steps to go in the public process.
Lisa Phu says there was a lot she didn’t know, and she’d been asking for years to interview her mother.
Joe Malatesta III, of Kenai, has been growing his curly mullet for four years.
Kiera O-Brien said her childhood in Ketchikan led her to where she is today: working for a green energy developer as a public policy representative.
Alaska’s wage rate ranks eighth overall nationwide, wedged between Maryland and Colorado.
Juneau voters approved funding the renovation in a 2019 ballot proposition. The work will keep Centennial Hall out of commission for about nine months.
Her heirs are expected to get about a $1 million of the judgment.