The state of Alaska is offering free credit monitoring and will be sending an advisory to every person who applied for this year’s Permanent Fund dividend.
“Alaska is experiencing one of the sharpest surges of COVID-19 in the country right now,” said Dr. Joe McLaughlin, state epidemiologist.
The transition at Anchorage’s Sullivan Arena mass shelter on Thursday left the new contractor scrambling to provide basic services that day.
The man flipped his camouflage jacket inside-out to be more easily identified by the medevac aircrew, the Guard said.
All stations will remained staffed, but specific units will close during night shifts when call volumes are lowest, Chief Doug Schrage said.
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Bowman is believed to be the third quarterback in Alaska high school history to pass for more than 500 yards in a single game.
Twenty-three other people have been arrested in connection with the drug trafficking investigation, officials said.
The Wolverines moved to 1-1 on the season with a one-goal win Thursday in Minnesota.
The resolution asked the mayor to require masks in indoor public areas of municipal buildings when Anchorage is in a high alert risk level for COVID-19 transmission, and to promote other mitigation measures, including vaccinations.
Chasinghorse, who is Han Gwich’in and Oglala Lakota, was photographed at the annual Met Gala on Monday alongside celebrities including Mary J. Blige, Megan Fox and Kris Jenner.
First of three parts: In a region of Alaska where culture and commerce both come from fishing nets, something essential is missing.
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Among them is Scott McClain, a firefighter who died from a work-related cancer in 2020 and whose legacy was remembered at the Alaska Fallen Firefighter Memorial.
Critics said the facility for chronically homeless alcoholics would be a disaster. Now its example has been used to open two more facilities.
Low chum salmon returns have meant no commercial or subsistence fishing on the Lower Yukon River this summer. Emmonak residents describe the impact of a situation they’ve never faced before.