Supply chain issues have plagued the world economy since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and a shortage of refrigerated trailers and containers, often called reefers, further complicates the situation.
As part of a divestiture program that began in 2013, the Alaska Army National Guard has and continues to give away dozens of buildings across the state that are no longer needed.
For more than 10,000 years, more than 200 resources have been harvested, processed and used by Alaska Natives, and modern harvesting continues to do more than just feed communities.
To alert consumers to medical expenses they might not be able to afford, Congress passed the No Surprises Act in late 2020. Its ban on unexpected bills from out-of-network providers, out-of-network facilities, and out-of-network air ambulance providers took effect at the start of 2022.
Senior managers of Ucore Rare Metals subsidiary Innovation Metals are resigning as the company begins to commercialize its rare earth element separation technology.
The recovery from COVID-19 has been slower than expected in 2021 for myriad reasons, including stalling vaccination rates, the Delta variant, and labor shortages.
The Department of Defense selected Anchorage to host the Ted Stevens Center for Arctic Security Studies, named for the late US senator, to focus on national security and scientific research in the polar region.
From dimensional lumber for homes to furniture boards made of live-edge wood that reveals the natural contour and bark of trees, Alaskans are providing for Alaskans.
The Alaska’s Fishermen’s Fund paid out more than $8 million in benefits to members of the Last Frontier’s commercial fleet in the last decade, helping cover their medical costs and getting them back to work.
Alaskan Owned apparel is a for-profit, social enterprise focused on making positive community impacts big and small, says owner Becky Strub.