The Ambler Road project, has been a lightning rod for controversy for years, pitting the desire to expand business and mining interests in the state against the concerns over impacts to the environment and subsistence.
Congress has approved a new Native allotment filing period for veterans who served during the Vietnam War era
Photos posted to Facebook on Thursday show a twin-bladed Chinook helicopter carrying the bus away from the remote site it occupied near the Teklanika River, where it attracted numerous tourists who had to be rescued after the book’s publication.
All non-essential travel between the countries will be prohibited until at least July 21.
The Canada Border Services Agency said it wants travelers to limit their stops and practice social distancing when they do have to stop.
“Molly of Denali” is the first nationally distributed children’s series to feature a lead character who is Native American.
University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen says he’s withdrawing his name from consideration for President of the University of Wisconsin.
The state’s public university system is eliminating dozens of degree and certificate programs from theater to chemistry to creative writing.
Economic data shows personal health care spending in Alaska was down 60 percent from January to May.
As residents look for respite from stay-at-home orders and gym closures, Alaska bike shops are reporting a surge in demand.