Alaska is asking frontline essential workers, teachers, prisoners and others in high-risk settings to wait until those elderly Alaskans can be vaccinated first.
In addition to the people who died, 144 more people were diagnosed with COVID-19 infections by Tuesday, including one non-resident of the state.
Ravn Alaska says it could resume scheduled flights between Anchorage and Unalaska in two weeks.
September 12 marks six months since Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced Alaska’s first known case of COVID-19. We thought now was a good time to pause and take stock of where we are — and to look back on how we got here.
Juneau’s Pride celebration wasn’t complete without the annual Glitz drag show. This year, the show was held outdoors for the first time to maintain social distancing.
During an assembly meeting on race and policing, a Juneau resident said he was mistaken for another man with a Spanish name.
Organizers read the names of black and brown lives lost to police violence. They also spoke about long-standing race issues in Juneau, namely in public education and the state criminal justice system.
Alaska’s Marijuana Control Board passed emergency regulations that could ease restrictions on marijuana stores as owners navigate business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hear Arkansas songwriter Willi Carlisle share a tune inspired by things his uncle said to him as a child.
Oil from new fields could boost the state’s production, but predicting when they’ll come online — and how much money the state will bring in — is tricky.