New proposed bylaws would change how the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council can spend its trust funds and expand the oil spill’s original boundaries to incorporate an ecosystem approach.
Marathon Petroleum got the green light from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that’s tasked with reviewing natural gas project proposals, though it wasn’t a unanimous decision.
Visits with mall Santas are a hallmark of the holidays for many families, but the coronavirus pandemic has forced mall managers to make changes to the tradition.
Fisher was deeply involved with local causes and was famously committed to the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, where he was inducted into its hall of fame.
The revised race route is among a list of changes to the event triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, race officials say.
“When you are wearing your mask, you’re physically distancing, you’re keeping your social circle small, Alaskans are able to push these numbers down,” Dr. Anne Zink said at a Thursday news conference.
Major differences among Republicans mean Alaskans still don’t know who will be in the majorities in both the House and the Senate.
As providers at the Alaska Native Medical Center began injecting workers with the new COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech this week, they started noticing something surprising: Leftover liquid in each five-dose vial, sometimes enough for a full extra dose or even two.
In a year where the current president has refused to accept the election results, it’s a rare opportunity for students to understand in real time how a centuries-old institution, hotly debated at its creation, continues to function.
The state says nearly 8,000 gallons of “slop oil” leaked out of an underground line at Hilcorp’s onshore Trading Bay production facility.