The top four vote-getters in the special primary advance to a special election, set for Aug. 16, in which ranked choice voting will be used.
The former vice presidential candidate filed with the Federal Election Commission to run for the late Don Young's House seat. Former President Trump endorsed Palin on Sunday.
Young, who was first elected to the U.S. House in 1973, was known for his brusque style. In later years in office, his off-color comments and gaffes sometimes overshadowed his work.
The "Americus Australis" gem weighs more than 11,800 carats and is one of the largest gem-quality opals in existence. It also has a long history.
Many people in rural areas couldn't migrate their lives online when the pandemic hit because they lacked fast internet. Tribes in Alaska are now using new federal funding to install broadband.
Who is the fattest bear of all? For the fourth time, the answer is 480 Otis, a brown bear who didn't let his lack of two canine teeth stop him from packing on the pounds.
Only one of Alaska's bears can take home the title of Fat Bear Week 2021 champion.
Hospitals in Alaska, Idaho and Nevada are reporting a crush of new coronavirus cases and limited medical staff, forcing some facilities to prioritize resources.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the earthquake Wednesday evening was magnitude 8.2 and struck 56 miles east southeast of Perryville, Alaska, off the state's peninsula.
A man in Alaska, who said that he had been mauled by a bear and that the animal had returned to his camp and harassed him every night for a week, was rescued by the Coast Guard.
Officials hope the added incentive of the vaccine will attract visitors. It's part of an effort to jump start a floundering summer tourism industry that's been devastated by the pandemic.
Governor Mike Dunleavy announced Tuesday that COVID-19 vaccines are now available to anyone age 16 and older who lives or works in the state.
New COVID-19 precautions call for a shortened course, big tents and a new starting line. But that doesn't mean this year's "Last Great Race" will be any easier.
In Alaska, the coronavirus vaccine is heading to tiny villages on small planes and snow machines. The massive undertaking echoes previous efforts to get vaccines to remote corners of the state.