An Alaska judge sentenced the man who killed 10-year-old Kotzebue girl Ashley Johnson-Barr in 2018 to a 99-year sentence Tuesday.
Nurses at the Alaska Native Medical Center say aside from long hours and the emotional toll of seeing Alaskans dying from the coronavirus, they’re also dealing with people doubting their intentions.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy painted a stark picture of the state’s COVID-19 woes as a surge in cases of the Delta variant put hospitals in crisis mode.
The state’s previous record was 1,095 COVID-19 cases in a day.
Dismer received more than $4 million from customers but he never fully delivered on his promises, instead spending much of the money on personal expenses.
Back and forth over the amount of this year’s dividend put into question whether Alaskans would see a PFD at all this year and ultimately delayed the rollout.
A Canadian mining company is exploring claims near the small town of Pelican on Chichagof Island.
Campaign finances for ballot measure groups must be disclosed after the signature-gathering stage, but the requirement is inconsistent during signature gathering.
Juneau officials will hold a COVID-19 community update meeting at 4 p.m. today
As of Monday afternoon, the facility was housing 41 COVID positive inmates. It’s not clear how many staff members have tested positive.