Biden administration officials are preparing a key environmental assessment to say the Interior Department can grant partial approval to the ConocoPhillips project.

The district said most schools will be without bus service again Wednesday.

The mine’s developer and the state of Alaska have threatened legal action.

Tamika Ledbetter unexpectedly resigned Tuesday from her position as head of the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, causing Gov. Mike Dunleavy to name Deputy Commissioner Cathy Muñoz the agency’s acting boss.

Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse, who goes by Nathan Chasing Horse, was taken into custody near the North Las Vegas home he is said to share with five wives.


Watches and warnings stretched from Texas to Tennessee and Mississippi, and thousands of Wednesday flights were canceled.

Daniel Serkov, 33, is accused of creating an elaborate plan to conceal the shooting.

A deepening crisis in recruiting and keeping state workers is pushing lawmakers to consider a new pension plan. But they are still far from agreeing on the structure of the new plan, or who will benefit.

After two weeks of staying at the dock, Kodiak’s Tanner fleet is finally going fishing. Crabbers agreed to a price with the island’s processors on Saturday.

The mid-19th-century kayak is covered in oiled sealskin, and tufts of human hair are sewn into its seams. 

Effective prevention and treatment in modern times requires an understanding of past tuberculosis-related trauma, say experts meeting at health summit

The fire in a residential unit in Kotzebue occurred Friday night. The cause and origin were not immediately clear, Alaska State Troopers said Monday.

The filing comes nearly two weeks after Santa Fe District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies first announced that Baldwin and Hannah Gutierrez-Reed would be prosecuted for what authorities have described as a pattern of criminal disregard for safety.

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