It’s become an Alaska parlor game to guess who’ll make the final four in the special primary. There are dozens of candidates, and we’ve never voted this way before.
Organizers say children’s literacy is crucial to the survival of Alaska Native languages like Yup’ik and Iñupiaq.
Finland’s ambassador said that for the first time in the country’s history, the majority of its citizens support membership in NATO.
Anchorage’s Rosie Brennan is returning to the Olympics after racing in 2018.
This year’s U.S. Olympic cross-country ski team has deep roots in Alaska, with eight of its 14 members either from Alaska or skiing with Alaska-based teams.
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson fired Clifford Armstrong III without cause and without Assembly approval.
The decision is a loss for Ketchikan’s winter economy and is leaving some feeling cut out of the decision-making process.
Across the country, from California to Kansas to New York, a sharp surge in omicron cases has led to long and frustrating COVID-19 testing lines.
Nationally, airlines have cancelled more than 15,000 flights since Christmas Eve due to a combination of weather and employees sidelined by COVID-19.
A delayed shipment of tens of thousands of rapid at-home COVID tests has arrived in Anchorage, and city officials say they’re racing to distribute them to sites around town before New Year’s.