The Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation says most areas in the Y-K Delta still have either substantial or high transmission.
House Bill 123 has 12 co-sponsors in the House. It has passed through the Tribal Affairs Committee and the State Affairs Committee and is headed to the House floor for a vote.
Workers in Tuluksak installed a system with extra filtration to provide cleaner water intended for drinking. But up until mid-April, most people in Tuluksak didn’t get to drink the water from this second system.
Four dogs have been euthanized after contact with rabid foxes.
The U.S. Department of Energy chose 11 communities nationwide to receive federal assistance for renewable energy projects. Five of them are in Alaska
The governor and legislative leaders have agreed on a rough plan to use federal pandemic relief from Congress to help stabilize Alaska’s beleaguered ferry system.
A third of the state’s subsistence salmon harvest was caught in Bristol Bay in 2017, according to a new report from the McKinley Research Group.
Bristol Bay-area Bed and Breakfasts are hoping for a rebound in business this summer.
Hunters along the lower Kuskokwim River have been reporting an abundance of ptarmigan this year after a relative dearth of the birds in years prior.
Kopeck Kaitlin Alston is the first ever winner of the Inupiaq Spelling Bee.