Some legendary careers are winding down. Other mushers are taking a break. All are grappling with higher costs in an already-expensive sport.

Alaska is poised to sue if a final action is taken, the governor’s office said.

The other driver was transported to South Peninsula Hospital in the crash Friday afternoon that closed the highway in both directions for several hours.

Alaskans who lost property or incurred costs from the fall storm have until Dec. 6 to file a claim with the state.

The school briefly went into stay-put mode, a district spokesman said. No one was injured and the man was taken into custody, according to police.

Both Republicans said they weighed the significant economic cost of a strike with concerns about congressional intervention.

The festival runs from Dec. 2-11 with three programs of “Made in Alaska” short films and a pair of feature films.

More than 1,000 domestic poultry and hundreds of wild birds have died or been euthanized in the state since early spring.

Ancient viruses are buried in the Arctic permafrost. European researchers warn they may increasingly be unleashed by global warming.


Sixteen major airports are testing facial recognition tech to verify IDs - and it could go nationwide in 2023.

U.S. solar developers that continue to buy products from companies found to be in violation of trade rules will be on the hook for paying new tariffs on any purchases made starting in June 2024.

A once-unfathomable scenario - Lake Powell dropping to historic lows and shutting down power generators that serve millions - could start as soon as July.

The sensational senior outside hitter is the first player in program history receive this honor.

The Raider is the first new American bomber aircraft in more than 30 years. Almost every aspect of the program is classified.

A suspect police described only as a “male juvenile” was in custody at McLaughlin Youth Center as of Wednesday evening.

The smell of volcanic gases and sulfur was thick along Saddle Road, where people watched the wide stream of lava creep closer.

The Seawolves couldn’t hold to a lead late in regulation and the Yellowjackets came back to sting them in the end.

Thirty-four mushers have registered so far for the 2023 race, which would make the field among the smallest in history.

The No. 11-ranked Seawolves fell 68-61 to GNAC foe Montana State Billings at home Thursday.

Alaska Life