Trends from the Lower 48 suggest flu cases here will continue to rise over the next few weeks, putting additional strain on ...
Santa and Mrs. Claus left Rudolph at home to catch a ride recently on an Alaska Air National Guard cargo plane to visit the ...
Each week, host Elizabeth Harball talks with ADN journalists and others about some of Alaska's biggest news stories. Subscribe here or wherever you listen to podcasts. The votes are counted, the ...
Almost every public safety and education official we’ve met says they lose teachers and police to states that offer a pension ...
Alaska’s flu season is worsening with no signs of leveling off, the latest surveillance report from the Alaska Department of ...
Utah's Alissa Pili of Anchorage dribbles in a game against the University of Oklahoma The second chapter of Alissa Pili's collegiate basketball career is off to a red-hot start in her first season ...
Alaska had a historic wildfire season this year — the abnormally warm and dry early summer months brought hundreds of fires, ...
A new fiber optic cable project is promising to bring faster speeds to parts of Alaska where internet is still slow and expensive. NPR’s Nina Kravinsky reports from the Western Alaska town of Bethel.
The weather more than 2,700 miles from Michigan plays a bigger role than before in winter ice cover on the Great Lakes, new research finds ...
To the untrained eye, Coldfoot doesn’t look like much more than a rest stop on a highway for ice road truckers heading to the oil fields on Alaska’s northern coast. The entire town consists of ...
Once again, it was time for Operation Santa Claus in Alaska. And here in Nuiqsut, a roadless village of about 460 residents ...