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Alaska's economy is changing. And companies are hiring. If you're one of many Alaskans looking for work, check out for a curated list of positions open around the state.

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COVID-19 is changing the way Alaskans do just about everything this year.

Law enforcement discovered a blue Expedition linked to the crimes had been painted green in order to misdirect them. Both men had green paint on their hands when they were taken into custody.

APD responded to report of a medical issue at a home on the 3200 block of Oregon Drive; a woman was declared deceased at the scene.

It's the highest number of cases reported in one day since the outbreak began; the previous high was 60 last week.

From Fairbanks to Juneau, the Alaska Black Business Directory has compiled a list of 200-plus Black-owned businesses — but Jasmin Smith thinks that only accounts for 60% to 70% of the actual number.

Trump has declined to wear a mask at news conferences, coronavirus task force updates, rallies and other public events, fearing a mask would make him look weak and would shift focus to the public health crisis rather than the economic recovery.

"Every day the disbursement of CARES Act funds allocated for [Alaska Native Corporations] is delayed is another day that the Alaska Natives they serve are not fully equipped with the tools to combat the public health emergency.”

Interviews with the five finalists are expected to continue Monday, with an anticipated announcement of the interim president on Tuesday.

Of the 55,000 residents who received unemployment benefits in May, 22% worked in leisure and hospitality — which includes jobs at bars, restaurants, hotels and gyms.

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UPDATE: The man kicked by a moose near Houston today had kicked the animal first, troopers say

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WATCH: Flames from the Swan Lake Fire were visible from the Sterling Highway Sunday night. Christina Johnstone was driving from Cooper Landing to Sterling when she captured this video. KPB officials say if you don't need to drive on the highway -- don't.

A Minnesota college student has been going to Iowa every weekend to buy hundreds of Krispy Kreme doughnuts to sell in the Twin Cities area for $17-$20 a box.

The Department of Law says it “heard from a number of concerned citizens that the sentence imposed was too lenient,” prompting Criminal Division Director John Skidmore to review the case and sentence.

I guess this moose wasn't ready for the Christmas lights season. Thanks to Courtny Brooks for sending us this video.

Anchorage's new rooftop recreation area @ 5th Ave. Mall garage is free & open to public --

Take a look at this video of a Jeep crossing earthquake damage on Vine Road near Wasilla. (Courtesy of Sierra Callahan)

While the victim was not present in court to advocate for herself and did not have a voice in the deal Schneider struck with the state, she has one more chance to exercise a legal right against Schneider.

The “Into the Wild" bus where a 24-year-old died near Healy was removed Thursday by a helicopter. The bus lured scores of travelers, some who also died attempting to reach it, and led to more than a dozen search and rescue operations. FULL STORY:

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