APRN News Staff
Four new hospitalizations as Alaska reports 57 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday
Alaska health officials reported 58 new COVID-19 infections on Wednesday: 53 in Alaskans and five in non-residents. Thirty four of the resident cases were in Anchorage, and six were in Fairbanks.
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Dec. 26, 2019
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski is again making national news, this time for her opinions on impeachment. Plus: A look at the ongoing effort to build a new generation of rural Alaskan National Guardsmen.
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2019
Alaska's senior senator weighs in on impeachment, without taking a side. Plus: A new Dunleavy administration budget proposal that threatens Alaska's growing oyster-farming industry.
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Dec. 23, 2019
Two years after a young man's death in Fairbanks, his family is still seeking closure. Plus: How a sewage lawsuit in Hawaii could influence the future of a mine in southeast Alaska.
Bethel elementary principal charged with sending sexual messages to an agent he thought was a child
Gladys Jung Elementary School Principal Chris Carmichael was arrested and released into federal custody on Dec. 11. Photo credit Petra Harpak / KYUK) Federal prosecutors have charged Christopher Carmichael, the principal of a Bethel elementary school,...
PHOTOS: Dancing, speeches and protest kick off the 2019 Alaska Federation of Natives convention
Related: Protest interrupts governor’s speech at AFN conference in Fairbanks Related: As recall effort looms, can Gov. Dunleavy ease tensions with Alaska Native groups?
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019
State lawmakers seek common ground for a solution to the PFD debate. Also: After increased incarceration rates, prisoners will again be sent to detention facilities out of state.
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 19, 2019
US House approves anti-Pebble amendment; Young votes no, defends permit process; Questions surrounding Supreme Court decision mean no federal officers patrolling Lower Kuskokwim; Defendant in Anchorage teen's homicide case now faces federal child porn charges; Soldier found dead in barracks at Fort Wainwright; Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly gets first satanic invocation; Lower Yukon schools contend with legacy of contamination; Dead gray whale near Wrangell located and secured; Scientists examine songs of North Pacific right whales looking for meaning; Rain a respite for Southeast water conservation measures