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The 6-3 decision is a resounding victory for the LGBTQ+ community.
Grant applications are available till the end of June.
Half a dozen bald eagles and other birds have needed help.
The bicyclist was injured; the driver, unidentified.
Alaska’s high rate of life jacket use likely saved many lives.
The department is adapting to deal with community demands.
The plan would give business to local restaurants.
Police department’s top brass says no for now, citing legal concerns.
More than 100 people showed up to show their support.
Celebration is scheduled to resume in-person next year.
‘Scars don’t heal if the scabs keep getting picked’: Nation’s hurt is felt at home, say black and indigenous leaders
Black and Alaska Native voices speak in concert against systemic racism.
North Carolina and Fairbanks are a little further than a 1650-yard race away.
Cannabis industry donations are usually clandestine, but not this one.
Assembly also considering a local extension of state’s quarantine mandate
She’s been at the middle school for 16 years now.
In two weeks, they’ve produced and shipped more than 6,000 of the specialized face masks.
“Projects will still go on. Services will still go on.”
Treadwell Ditch Trail is one among many trails recieving some TLC.
Good Samaritans and good life jacket use likely saved their lives.
Cost-saving and crowd-prevention will keep the statue quiet for now.