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The Alaskan Christmas tree business; The Alaska health department is proposing ending routine screenings of all schoolchildren for tuberculosis; Alaska on Tuesday reported 152 new cases of COVID-19; A group of West Point graduates call on David Eastman to resign
The 21-year-old who vanished in Big Lake is still missing; Alaska reported 750 new cases of COVID-19; The pilot of a Yute Commuter Service plane made an emergency landing; A Fairbanks man was sentenced Friday for stalking a former girlfriend
The future plans for electric vehicles in Alaska; Over half of vaccinated Alaskans age 65 and older have received a dose of the COVID-19 booster; The Anchorage Assembly voted to override two vetoes that Mayor Dave Bronson issued earlier this week; a lawsuit and a rape allegation at a senior care facility in East Anchorage…
An Anchorage airport just pitched a new shipping option; The Anchorage Municipal Clerk’s Office approved a petition for the recall of Jamie Allard; The Anchorage School District superintendent pulled a book from district libraries; Downward trend in COVID-19 infections continue
The Alaska Railroad vaccine clinic honored an engineer who died from COVID-19; The Pentagon has picked Anchorage; A correctional officer has been accused of smuggling; watch a partial lunar eclipse this evening
Alaska's 49-cent frenzy of 1979; An Anchorage-based Alaska State Trooper strangled two women he was romantically involved with; The Anchorage teachers union and the school district remain locked over teachers’ contracts; Alaska has reported a continued decline in daily COVID-19 case counts
Scientists are analyzing data from Denali’s Muldrow Glacier surge; Providence Alaska Medical Center is investigating Alaska CARES; The latest between Mayor Dave Bronson and Anchorage Public Library; West High School was placed in stay-put mode after a fight broke out
Will Parks Highway Igloo ever open for business?; The State Medical Board may investigate the conduct of local doctors who have publicly advocated for the use of unproven COVID-19 treatments; Members of Alaska’s redistricting board are alleging unscrupulous boundaries in the state Senate redistricting for Anchorage and Eagle River; The Anchorage As…
The climber accused of making a false report; reported another nine virus-related deaths and 508 COVID-19 cases; More on the impact of Biden's COVID-19 mandate; to get off Denali; The Anchorage Assembly has certified the results of a special election initiative to recall Meg Zaletel
The specifics on the Infrastructure bill bringing billions to Alaska; COVID-19 hospitalizations continued to fall in Alaska; The director of the Anchorage municipality’s planning department is resigning next month
A new team of Anchorage first responders who focuses on mental health; A new map of Alaska’s 40 House districts has been approved; Anchorage’s appointed library director has resigned
The Alaskans who started their own businesses due to the pandemic; The aftermath of the record-shattering storm that swept through Southcentral Alaska; Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy and his former chief of staff will appeal a federal court ruling
Alaska U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka’s planning a fundraiser hosted by Donald Trump; Alaska campaign regulators have proposed new limits on contributions to political campaigns; Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson’s director of boards and commissions has resigned;
The former Anchorage chief equity officer who is suing the city; Superintendent Deena Bishop is leaving the Anchorage School District; The commercial aircraft overran the runway in Unalaska in 2019; Governor Mike Dunleavy's latest vaccination order
COVID-19 vaccines for younger children are expected next month; Vaccine skeptics are expected in Anchorage this weekend; Midtown voters have firmly rejected an effort to recall Anchorage Assembly member Meg Zaletel; The latest on Former Anchorage Baptist Temple pastor Jerry Prevo
The race to bring television to Alaska; The Alaska Railroad board of directors have voted unanimously to rescind an employee COVID-19 vaccine mandate; Opponents of Alaska’s new ranked-choice election system are now appealing to the state Supreme Court; meg Zaletel's special election
How the East High Thunderbirds championship season was about more than just football; The executive director of the Anchorage Community Development Authority has tested positive for COVID-19; An open-container citation against Republican state senator Josh Revak has been dismissed
What’s bringing people to Anchorage’s COVID-19 vaccine clinics; Alaska’s oil industry isn’t seeing job growth like other trades are; At least one COVID-19 death was reported in Alaska for each day in the month of September; The three leading candidates for governor in next year’s elections have begun their campaigns…
The administrative shakeups at the Sullivan Arena's homeless shelter; Alaska set a record for coronavirus-related hospitalizations; Mayor Bronson asked to enforce the emergency mask ordinance; Police officers and prison guards fired due to COVID-19 vaccine requirements in the Lower 48 are welcome to apply to job openings in Alaska…
The man left languished and severely ill in the Sullivan Arena homeless shelter; Republican Representative David Eastman and the Oath Keepers; The University of Alaska Anchorage has named Matt Shasby ((SHAZ-bee)) as the head coach of the Seawolves hockey team
An Anchorage lawmaker's open-container citation; Alaska recorded 66 more deaths tied to COVID-19; More info on the man accused of threatening to kill Alaska’s two U.S. senators; Two people were rescued uninjured from a fire early Tuesday
Supply shortages in Alaska continue, forcing retailers to stock up on goods and hope for the best; Alaska hasn’t seen a major decrease in COVID-19 testing but is still falling behind other states; Group pushing for Anchorage Assembly member’s recall receives $75,000 from paving company co-owner; NTSB seeks plane that reportedly collided with anothe…
Former State Legislator Clem Tillion dies at 96; mayor Bronson vetoes an emergency mask ordinance; Anchorage Assembly is hiring a law firm for backup from the Mayor; An Alaska state trooper is facing seven charges of sexual abuse of a minor
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