Local officials say at 20 degrees or colder, drivers should plug in cars' engine heaters to reduce both carbon monoxide and wear on vehicles.
Mayor Dave Kiffer has temporarily renamed the city in honor of the play, at the only high school in Alaska authorized to perform it.
Eielson Air Force Base officials say the 98 blocks of explosive were likely meant for use building the Alaska Highway, some 80 years ago.
The Yup'ik village of Toksook Bay has been grappling with grief and a lack of mental health resources for young people after they finish school.
Christina Florschutz says she had just taken a shower when the deadly Nov. 20 landslide swept away her home, leaving her husband missing.
Three others are still missing after a Monday landslide destroyed three houses and covered the Zimovia Highway about 11 miles from Wrangell.
The additional beds will go to the most vulnerable people on the waitlist.
Some parents, including those who have had to stay home from work, have criticized the lack of plowing and the cancellation of in-person school.
With the Bering Sea snow crab fishery closed for a second year, crabbers are trying to find ways to make up for lost income.
The protests follow recent controversial decisions by the board, including the removal of its student representative.
Día de los Muertos is a Mexican and Mexican-diaspora celebration of people who have died and Anchorage is celebrating it for the 19th year.
It's the latest move in a long-running dispute over the large man-made lake in South Anchorage that is surrounded by expensive homes.
“Kuhaantí” tells the story of a young orphaned girl named Saháan who is taken in by a powerful family and learns about the value of respect.
Fischer came to Alaska after serving in World War II. He served two terms in the state Senate and remained active in politics until his final months.
Stella previously survived getting trapped in a truck that was crushed during Sitka’s deadly 2015 landslides.
“We’re always happy to share the songs of our ancestors,” said Jolene John, who performed Thursday night with her dance group from Toksook Bay.
Alaska Native youth preserve traditions by preserving traditional food at Elders and Youth Conference
Young people from around the state learned how to filet and prepare salmon at the conference in Anchorage on Tuesday.
Graphite is a critical ingredient in the batteries needed to power America’s electric vehicle revolution. But every ounce of it is imported. A proposed mine in a remote part of Alaska would change that. But some of the people who live nearby fear it will endanger their way of life.
Families commit to work 36 hours a week building a block of homes. Their labor covers the down payments, and they get access to low-interest and subsidized mortgages.
Eligible Alaskans will see Permanent Fund dividends arrive in their bank accounts Oct. 5, with paper checks expected by Oct. 26.