Padilla, 20, died in an incident that the Army said was being investigated by the Army Criminal Investigation Division and U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center.
The state reported nine additional COVID-19 deaths. Health officials predict the peak in Alaska is still a few weeks away.
During this year’s reapportionment process, the Assembly is also adding a 12th seat, giving downtown Anchorage a second representative.
Spotify paid millions to lure Joe Rogan but now faces pressure from more than 200 doctors to hold him to account for spreading misinformation about COVID vaccines on his podcast.
Breyer’s departure, expected over the summer, will give President Biden a chance to nominate a liberal replacement but won’t change the 6-3 conservative advantage on the court.
It’s hard to even put into words the feeling that you have that he’s truly here after all these years,” said Paul Charvet’s sister.
Who should schools really be accountable to — administrators and school boards, or the families using their services?
In his fourth State of the State address to the Alaska Legislature, Gov. Mike Dunleavy urged lawmakers to overcome deadlock and act on several of his legislative priorities, including land reform and ...
Higher borrowing costs could slow consumer spending and hiring. The gravest risk is that the Fed’s abandonment of low rates could trigger another recession.
As Alaska enters the third year of the pandemic, here’s a roundup of information on strategies to get a test if you need one, what to do if you lose your vaccination card, and more.