An independent panel of advisers to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted on Saturday to recommend vaccinating all children in the age group with one of two separate COVID-19 vaccines.
Brands and companies are working to remove their Juneteenth items from shelves, as experts say those who are selling Juneteenth-branded products are “tone-deaf.”
The company that makes Sriracha told customers it will have to stop making the sauce for the next few months due to “severe weather conditions affecting the quality of chili peppers.”
Children of all ages turned out for the Ketchikan Public Library’s first-ever drag queen storytime after city leaders declined to cancel the controversial event.
Juneteenth marks the day in 1865 that Texas slaves finally learned they were free, two years after the Emancipation Proclamation.
Finishers outside the top four in the special primary are pondering dropping out of the regular election.
Ketchikan’s city attorney canceling the event could violate the state’s civil rights law and the First Amendment in addition to the city’s antidiscrimination ordinance.
The East Fork Fire in Western Alaska is the state’s largest at the moment, and it’s burning in a region where, just a couple decades ago, large fires would not have been expected at all.
Bri “Snap1” Pritchard is working toward a spot in the first U.S. Olympic team for breaking. It’s the pinnacle of a journey over a decade in the making.
Many women say store shelves that once had the menstrual essentials have been sparse for months. When they are available, tampons have been a lot more expensive recently, due in part to inflation.
A group of state lawmakers is raising red flags about the number of ballots rejected in the special U.S. House primary.
The group will get 10 extra days to collect more signatures as city election officials continue work through the signature validation process.
Students have been practicing the new name for months. It was proposed to the district Board of Education in April.
As Alaska’s largest tundra fire in 15 years has burned behind her home village, Dee Dee Ivanoff has become one of the key organizers of the response.