Frustration and impatience with Congress is building among out-of-work Alaskans and local leaders, who say the lack of a social safety net has made it far more painful to maintain the health mandates aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19.
A high school robotics team from Juneau is competing in a world championship this month. It’s the first time a team from Southeast Alaska has made it this far.
Southeast sees an incredible amount of rain each year. How’s that compare with what’s been happening in Texas? Here’s a perspective from a former resident.
The ordinance became the flashpoint in a confrontation between the city’s lesbian mayor and conservatives, who said the measure would allow men in women’s bathrooms.
Tuesday is the “off year” Election Day in some parts of the country. Here’s a look at some of the interesting races going on.
The ambush killing of a sheriff’s deputy in Texas has intensified concern in some circles that criticism of police has led to an increase in officer deaths. But the data don’t back up that fear.
Lt. Roland De Los Santos said that Ryan Goforth, 5, and his father had bought matching Captain America T-shirts — and that while Ryan has his on today, “underneath his uniform, so does Darren.”
The official explanation is that “Super Bowl L” just isn’t as pleasing to the eye as its Arabic numeral equivalent, “Super Bowl 50.”
Texas is scheduled to put a man to death this afternoon, marking the first time the death penalty is exercised in the United States, since Oklahoma botched the execution of Clayton Lockett.
Calling it the “most promising lead” so far, the leader of the search for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner says ships have again detected a signal on the same frequency used by “black box” emergency beacons.