The fine comes as the state’s broad powers over shareholder speech is under review by the Alaska Supreme Court.
At a time when monuments of colonizers and enslavers are being debated and removed across the country, a mural is going up this July 4th in the birth place and on the birthday of a Native civil rights leader. The new mural in the Southeast Alaska community of Petersburg celebrates Elizabeth Peratrovich, her legacy as…
It’s the biggest one-day increase in COVID-19 infections in Alaska since the pandemic began, breaking the prior record set earlier this week.
Virginia and Kevin Stephens have named Officer James Esbenshade, Chief of Police Ed Mercer and the City of Borough of Juneau in a civil lawsuit for the wrongful death of their son.
The initiative’s campaign manager said Alaska’s current election system limits voters’ choices.
State public health experts gathered Wednesday to discuss the latest science and the medical response to COVID-19.
The mayor’s Emergency Order 13 explicitly states that the order does not require a person with a disability to produce medical documentation verifying the stated condition or disability.
Collectively, Alaskans received $130 million in unemployment benefits in April. That’s grease in the gears of the local economy.
In the race for Sealaska’s board of directors, three of the four seats up for election went to board-endorsed candidates running on a joint platform.
The pilot project in the Second Judicial District, which includes Utqiagvik, Kotzebue and Nome, is part of the court system’s response to COVID-19.