The outbreak began in May, and 63 people have tested positive since then.
Almost every day, sometimes twice a day, Haines residents are receiving alerts from the Haines Police Department that there is a bear in the area.
The 70s-era vintage fuel truck they used to transport fuel from the airport to the store has been broken down since last year.
As we look towards Father’s Day this weekend, time out on this Friday’s Juneau Afternoon for a conversation about fatherhood and Alaska Native culture. Lyle and Kolene James share their favorite memories about their fathers – and what it has taught them about the importance of fatherhood. Also today: Catholic Community Service launches “Compassion…
Nearly 15,000 Alaska state workers received layoff notices on Thursday. The next special session is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. on Wednesday in the Capitol.
In this newscast: A pandemic rule change could make it easier to get treatment for opioid addiction in Alaska; The Alaska Native community and allies honor the children who died at a residential boarding school in Canada; The state of Alaska has a new head forester
Buprenorphine typically requires an in-person visit for a prescription because it is categorized as a controlled substance. It works to block withdrawal symptoms but doesn’t get users high like heroin or fentanyl do.
The case has been closely watched as the CDC argued Florida’s challenge to federal pandemic rules could imperil an exemption to a law that required Alaska-bound cruise ships that are foreign flagged to make a stop in Canada
The goal is to keep the business operating and workers employed, so Kwik’Pak Fisheries in Emmonak is diversifying its business by building greenhouses right next to its fish processing plant.
The 17-year-old Seward swimmer placed second in the 100-meter breaststroke Tuesday at the Olympic Trials in Omaha, Neb.