One of the group’s attack ads go after Tshibaka for saying at a March campaign event that she’d like to ban the delivery of abortion pills by mail.
The former governor took questions about abortion rights, the Permanent Fund Corporation, and some of the things he says he’ll handle differently than the incumbent if elected.
In early July, it sent out its first shipment of the season — 1,000 pounds of salmon to Chignik communities on the Alaska Peninsula. The program plans to send a total of 8,000 pounds of salmon there this month.
Drug overdoses are killing more people than ever in the U.S., and a new CDC report finds growing racial disparities among those who have died — with the largest increase among Black Americans.
State epidemiologist Dr. Joe McLaughlin says vaccinations and boosters are helping stave off infections and minimize serious illness.
Most businesses in Southeast Alaska say a lack of workforce housing is hurting their economic outlook.
State and federal agencies are sending some crews home, but officials warn that the fires could come roaring back after a day or two of dry, warm weather.
A 75-year-old woman became enmeshed in conspiracy theories about COVID. After she got infected, she rejected effective treatments and sought out black market drugs instead.
The problem was first discovered during a routine inspection in June. Later inspections of store stock found the same problem in brand new suits.
On its website, the CDC now says cruise travelers can contact their cruise lines directly about outbreaks during their trips.
The Alaska Energy Authority’s director says the windfall of federal funds could help expand the corridor beyond that group of nine to Delta Junction, Glenallen and Tok.