Alaska Public Media was live from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. on election night.
It’s Alaska’s first general election under the state’s new ranked choice voting system. Already, thousands of Alaskans have cast their ballots.
At rush-hour this morning in Anchorage, candidates and their supporters gathered at street corners for last-minute sign waving.
Before it was internationally famous, B6 was just another godwit chick in Alaska, where wildlife biologist Dan Ruthrauff with the U.S. Geological Survey found it.
Like the TV show, Spark Soldotna has local entrepreneurs pitch their best business ideas to a slate of local judges, or “sharks.”
Even with a heads-up from the neighbors, Nick Berlon and Nikki Stein got more trick-or-treaters last year than they were expecting — 731. This year, they were ready.
In Klawock, the local tribe is now running more than 20 machines that look an awful lot like the kind of slots you might find on the floor of a Las Vegas casino.
Alaska U.S. Senate candidates show clear contrast on abortion rights, Supreme Court nominations and gun rights
Incumbent Republican Lisa Murkowski, Republican Kelly Tshibaka and Democrat Pat Chesbro appeared together for Debate for the State.
In attendance: incumbent U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski and Kelly Tshibaka, both Republicans, and Democrat Pat Chesbro.
Debate for the State 2022 is a collaboration between Alaska Public Media, Alaska’s News Source and KTOO.
Candidates for Alaska’s lone U.S. House seat sparred over fish, energy and partisan politics at Wednesday’s Debate for the State.
Regular bingo nights have started up again at the Filipino Community Hall in downtown Juneau after a two-year hiatus. On a recent Thursday evening, the bingo hall was buzzing.
People who live in Cooper Landing and Moose Pass take a little extra care when they stockpile their firewood for the winter — because they know they’re going to be judged.
Anticipation was high for the return to Quyana, after two AFN conventions in a row were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A North Pole woman is keeping her dogs away from a neighborhood gravel pit after a northern pike attacked and injured one of them last month.
After the colors were presented Thursday at the Dena'ina Center, five Indigenous women were met with a standing ovation as they exited the hall.
For only the second time time this election season, all four candidates running to be the governor of Alaska participated in a debate Wednesday night.
Closing all six schools could save the district between $3.5 and 4 million, or around 5% of the district's expected budget deficit.
North and South Yuyanq’ Ch’ex peaks, as they’ll be known from here on out, tower 5,000 feet above Turnagain Arm and are popular spots for Southcentral hikers.
For the first time ever, the Bering Sea snow crab fishery will not open for the upcoming season. The Bristol Bay red king crab fishery will also be closed for a second year in a row.