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Oregon man, charged with distributing drugs in Unalaska after string of overdoses, dies in custody

April 7, 2021|

Police with the Unalaska Department of Public Safety are working [...]

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State of Art: Relive Anchorage’s first full-length classical music concert with this virtual re-enactment and lecture

April 6, 2021|

On April 11, 1921, Anchorage held its first full-length classical [...]

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Learn more about the United States and China’s recent meeting in Anchorage from this discussion

April 6, 2021|

China’s State Councilor Wang Yi exits the US-China talks at [...]

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CARES Act flooded Alaska tribes with cash for pandemic programs. Now they’re bracing for a bigger deluge.

April 6, 2021|

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IFaZP6U8sw ONC used part of its tribal CARES Act [...]

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Kids can’t get vaccinated yet, but YKHC is getting ready by registering children ages 12-15

April 5, 2021|

YKHC staff members package vials of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine [...]

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‘It was like they had a plan’: Costco customers share experiences of raven thefts

April 5, 2021|

Ravens approach Dimond Costco in Anchorage in March, 2021. Costco [...]

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In a crowded race, Anchorage campaign volunteers tell us how they chose their candidate for mayor

April 5, 2021|

Volunteers and organizers with the Alaska Civic Engagement State (AKCES) [...]

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Bethel votes to hire investigator to review city’s handling of sexual assault cases

April 5, 2021|

Bethel residents have called into recent city council meetings expressing [...]

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‘We’re all in this together’: Tanana Chiefs donates vaccine doses to Eielson Air Force Base

April 3, 2021|

An Eielson spokesperson said the additional doses donated by Tanana [...]

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Ketchikan school board won’t release evaluation of superintendent accused of racism

April 2, 2021|

Ketchikan’s school board meets in closed session in the Ketchikan [...]

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Financial needs linger among Alaskans, a year after the start of the pandemic shocked the state’s economy

April 2, 2021|

Byron Corral helps pass out boxes of food at the [...]

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Big sockeye runs, struggling kings creates complicated balancing act for Bristol Bay managers

April 2, 2021|

A sockeye salmon (Katrina Mueller/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)51 million [...]

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‘We’re all in this together’: Tanana Chiefs donates vaccine doses to Eielson Air Force Base

April 2, 2021|

An Eielson spokesperson said the additional doses donated by Tanana [...]

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‘The most difficult year’: How the coronavirus pandemic changed one Anchorage city block

April 2, 2021|

Anchorage Cider House | Fat Ptarmigan manager Billy Anderson. (Jeff [...]

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Alaska justices question Legislature’s ability to budget for schools, other items in future years

April 1, 2021|

The Alaska Supreme Court listens to oral arguments in a [...]

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One small vaccine clinic at a time, Anchorage is bringing vaccines to underserved populations

April 1, 2021|

Felicia Weaver gets a COVID-19 vaccine at a post-Sunday service [...]

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Despite rising vaccination numbers, health experts fear fourth wave of COVID-19 in Anchorage

March 31, 2021|

A nurse prepares doses of the Pfizer vaccine at a [...]

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Tshibaka resigns from Dunleavy administration and announces run for Murkowski’s US Senate seat

March 30, 2021|

Alaska Department of Administration Commissioner Kelly Tshibaka speaking at the [...]

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NTSB: Helicopter slammed into mountainside, tumbled nearly 1000 feet in fatal crash near Knik Glacier

March 30, 2021|

The crashed AS350 helicopter on the North Side of Knik [...]

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We asked all 60 Alaska legislators if they’re getting vaccinated. Here’s what they said.

March 29, 2021|

Alaska state Sen. Donny Olson (D-Golovin) gets his COVID-19 vaccine [...]

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Cruise ship emissions have short-term effect on downtown Juneau air quality, Alaska DEC says

March 29, 2021|

Tour operators hold signs while cruise passengers disembark from the [...]

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LISTEN: Alaskans struggling with alcohol misuse could benefit from this medication, but it’s not widely used

March 29, 2021|

One dose of Vivitrol, an injectable [...]

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With positions unfilled, prosecutors in Western Alaska struggle to prioritize massive caseloads

March 29, 2021|

Kotzebue’s National Guard armory, which houses the local courthouse. (Photo [...]

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Alaska House passes disaster extension, sends bill to Senate where narrower legislation could emerge

March 29, 2021|

Rep. Tiffany Zulkosky, D-Bethel, speaks during a House floor session [...]

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In an effort to save money, the Alaska Marine Highway considers sinking one of its oldest ferries

March 27, 2021|

The Alaska Marine Highway System ferry Malaspina plies the waters [...]

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Still sifting through Anchorage School Board candidates? Here’s where they stand on the issues.

March 27, 2021|

The empty Anchorage School District board room, March 13, 2020. [...]

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State of Alaska, cities, business groups file to defend exemption of Tongass from Roadless Rule

March 27, 2021|

The Tongass National Forest is the largest temperate rainforest in [...]

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