Much of Interior Alaska is still dealing with a Christmas storm that dumped snow and rain across the region.
National Weather Service weather experts are cautioning residents of Interior Alaska to monitor snow load on roofs after a powerful storm moved through the region, coating buildings with snow and ice.
Alaska’s first homicide case built on genetic genealogy is set to go to trial next month.
The Mobile Crisis Team members are certified in their fields and go through weeks of additional crisis response training to learn how to de-escalate situations, assess suicide risks and more.
Fairbanks curler Vicky Persinger has earned a place on the U.S. team that will compete in the Winter Olympics in China in February.
The Air Force announced in October that it has chosen Eielson for a first-of-its-kind mini reactor.
A new task force report could help the state decide how to spend $1.5 billion for broadband from the federal infrastructure law.
Peer support programs don’t take the place of mental health clinicians, but they use lived experiences to help people navigate complicated systems and support them through challenges.
The Molly of Denali project is just one effort of Doyon Foundation’s language revitalization program, which works to preserve the ancestral languages of the Doyon region.
Gina remembers her mom for her warmth and her laugh and so many of the little things, too: Her mom reading “Archie” comics to her, her mom’s smile as she watched her kids ride their bikes and her love of riding in the car.