A surge in newly diagnosed cases of the novel coronavirus in Alaska, where the highly infectious delta variant is having an impact, has state health care workers pleading with residents to get vaccinated, mask up, socially distance and avoid crowds.
Legislation mandating the Environmental Protection Agency to declare two polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, as hazardous substances eligible for EPA Superfund cleanup resources passed the U.S. House.
A Biden administration decision that would end large-scale old-growth logging in Tongass National Forest, a critical spawning area for thousands of wild salmon, is sparking criticism from the timber industry and kudos from seafood harvesters.
Cordova Electric Cooperative has joined with several other electric cooperatives, the Alaska Federation of Natives, and others in suing the Dunleavy administration over the current lack of funding critical for subsidizing energy costs in rural Alaska.
Jill Biden embarked on her first solo international trip as first lady, leading a U.S. delegation to the Olympic Games in Tokyo, where the coronavirus is surging and COVID-19 infections have climbed to a six-month high.
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