The first wave of payments will include those who filed for dividends electronically. Those who filed paper applications will have to wait a couple more weeks.
The bear for weeks had been climbing an apple tree at the Sheldon Museum, and school students were scheduled to arrive later in the day for a field trip.
Soldotna Montessori Charter School has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a National Blue Ribbon School for 2021, one of 325 schools to earn this award nationally.
Due to early snowfall and more in the forecast for the weekend, the city is allowing residents to drive with studded tires eight days early this year.
The sentencing ends the criminal legal case in one of the most notorious recent homicides in Alaska.
Wasilla resident Michael Easley, 74, died at a hospital in Fairbanks, Alaska State Troopers said.
Joseph Tavai was paid between $1,000 and $3,000 each time he smuggled an envelope with drugs into the Anchorage Correctional Center, an affidavit said.
Alaska’s average rate of daily new infections over the last week is more than double the national average, and hospitals continue to operate under what were once unimaginable circumstances.
Alaska, where women hear that “the odds are good but the goods are odd,” has the nation’s overall highest male-to-female ratio. But that comes with caveats.
A Mazda driven by 60-year-old Xuegeng Wang crossed into oncoming traffic about 75 miles northwest of Fairbanks, troopers said.
Federal authorities said they arrested 34-year-old Benjamin Tarbell before he was set to fly to Vermont from Kenai Municipal Airport with weapons in his possession.
Igiugig was among nearly two dozen customers ripped off by 53-year-old Michael David Dismer, according to federal prosecutors.
Alaska has a growing share of the country’s deadly crashes from small commercial flights. Here’s what experts say could be done to improve aviation safety in the state.
Robert Yucas, 51, is being held in Alaska after he was arrested in Anchorage on Thursday when he landed there following a return flight from China.
The man was struck Friday night while crossing the southbound lanes of Seward Highway, police said.
City officials said Lawhorne was having an “inappropriate relationship” with a Bartlett Regional Hospital employee in violation of the city’s conflict of interest code.
A triage team using a specific formula to prioritize patients most likely to recover has been asked to help with several patient care decisions at the Anchorage hospital.
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson has said he will not impose COVID-19 mandates and called the ordinance “heavy-handed.” The Assembly would need to muster a supermajority of eight votes to override his veto.
Lower temperatures are predicted to last through the week, potentially dropping below freezing early Wednesday in Anchorage.
We also spoke with local doctors who specialize in women’s reproductive health to discuss vaccine considerations for their patients who are pregnant or considering getting pregnant.