We go downtown to the Fur Rondy HQ to speak with Corey Green, and his mom, about their family's long history with the event, pins and more.
A Friday memo from Unalaska's administration advises against renewing a power purchase agreement in the Makushin Volcano geothermal project.
North Slope Borough Mayor Josiah Patkotak said multiple people were dead after Sunday evening's incident, with a suspect in custody.
The bill would increase the base per-student state funding to school districts by $680, the first substantial increase since 2016. The bill would also provide new support to charter and correspondence schools and offer funding to help young students struggling to read.
This discussion focuses on education and how it relates to the theme of the summit – “Marching till Equity, Equality & Justice is Won!”
The crew has established and marked more than 200 miles of roads along frozen rivers, during warm weather and intermittent snow storms.
Rep. Tom McKay, R-Anchorage and House Bill 143’s prime sponsor, said the bill now headed to the state Senate would keep plastic out of landfills.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski is trying to get the National Landslide Preparedness Act she helped push through Congress reauthorized for the next 10 years.
Attorneys general in Arizona, California, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Maryland, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon and Wyoming joined the suit.
The Iditarod board voted unanimously on Thursday to disqualify former champion Brent Sass after allegations made in November and recent questions from Alaska Public Media, the Anchorage Daily News and ProPublica. Sass has denied the claims.
At the time of his disqualification Monday, Burke was facing two assault charges stemming from a 2022 incident.
An advisory committee recommended removal of the novel “This Ends with Us,” for its depiction of domestic violence.
Lori Townsend and her guests discuss resources for preventing suicide and promoting healing.
Unalaska is closer than ever to building a geothermal power plant on Makushin Volcano, but the project is facing investment challenges and the city is weighing its options.
While the state faces unique logistical challenges, Emily Drabinski says that many problems facing Alaska librarians are happening across the country.
The Anchorage jury returned a unanimous verdict against Brian Steven Smith after deliberating for less than two hours.
Alyeska decided to end their volunteer ski patrol last fall. To celebrate the patrol's history, folks gathered to tell stories and reminisce.
The federal Department of Agriculture is offering grants to help people who live and work in Alaska’s rural areas reduce their energy costs.
Federal education officials say Alaska owes millions to Juneau, Kenai and North Slope school districts
Rules attached to the funding prevented states from disproportionately reducing their funding to high-need districts.
The $246 million bill would permanently increase state education funding, boost internet speeds in some rural schools, and provide new support to charter schools.
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