Congresswoman Mary Peltola came out nearly 10 points ahead of Republican Sarah Palin.
With ranked choices tabulated, Murkowski got 53.7% of the vote to Kelly Tshibaka’s 46.3%.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy won a second term outright, with 50.3% of the vote.
View live results for Alaska's 2022 governor, U.S. Senate and U.S. House races.
State troopers, Fish and Game biologists and Central Emergency Services firefighters worked together to get a moose out of a Soldotna home's basement Sunday morning.
The Food Bank of Alaska handed out thousands of free frozen turkeys and holiday meal kits through its annual Thanksgiving Blessing events.
In years past, teams from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson had to take snowmachines up the mountain to turn the star on and off.
Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is now ahead of GOP challenger Kelly Tshibaka by 1,658 votes in updated election results Friday, which leaves her almost certain to win reelection.
In its more than 60-year history, Alaska has never had an openly LGBTQ state lawmaker. Now, Alaska voters are set to send three down to Juneau.
The PBS Kids television show “Molly of Denali” has been nominated for Children’s & Family Emmy Awards in two categories: Outstanding Preschool Animated Series and Outstanding Writing for a Preschool Animated Program.
The decision follows community opposition to proposed cuts to the programs.
Reelection is likely for Sen. Murkowski and Rep. Peltola.
If Dunleavy’s share of the vote remains over 50%, he will win a second term outright, with no need for ranked choice tabulations.
Pike Ainsworth was inspired to raise emus in Alaska after learning about emu farmers in Maine and British Columbia. He ordered some eggs and managed to hatch one.
Researchers are looking for homes for seismometers that will help them learn more about the earth underneath the Kenai Peninsula.
Election Day is over in Alaska, and enough dust has settled to call some high-interest contests, and to know what to watch for in unresolved races as more ballots are counted.
The Division of Elections is only counting first-place votes this week. It’s likely that the congressional races won’t be decided until second rankings are tallied on Nov. 23.
If Dunleavy’s share of the vote remains over 50% as more ballots are counted, he will win a second term as governor outright.
Voters oppose the convention by more than 2-1.
Alaska Public Media was live from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. on election night.