In the midst of recent allegations regarding Andy Teuber’s conduct while at the helm of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium — and his subsequent departure from ANTHC and disappearance — Alaska’s News Source looked into other leadership positions he has held in the state of Alaska.
Former ANTHC president and chairman, Andy Teuber is still missing. Hours after the announcement it was discovered that his house was up for sale. His real estate agent said it was a longtime plan that he was asked to assist with shortly after Teuber's resignation.
A strong front moved over western Alaska Thursday delivering heavy snow and high winds. This storm will slide east overnight, eventually bringing snow to parts of the Interior and Southcentral Friday, but the winds will be left behind.
Alaska’s Labor Department commissioner quashed fines that could have been issued against two Alaska seafood processors for allegedly failing to protect their employees from hazards associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
They may only be in eighth grade, but these students at Grace Christian school are already thinking about what they may want to be when they grow up!In their careers class, the students get the opportunity to interview people in different professions. Students were eager to learn more about what it’s like to work as a meteorologist from Chief Meteorologist Melissa Frey.
A key Senate committee on Thursday approved the nomination of New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland to be interior secretary, clearing the way for a Senate vote that is likely to make her the first Native American to lead a Cabinet agency.
The bill would restrict partisan gerrymandering of congressional districts, strike down hurdles to voting and bring transparency to a murky campaign finance system that allows wealthy donors to anonymously bankroll political causes.
Anchorage and other southcentral cities and towns will get one more day of sunshine before the impacts of a large storm start showing up here.The storm will hit the Aleutians with high winds and rain and snow. W-SW winds gusting between 45 to 65 mph from Saint Paul and Saint George islands to Adak and Unalaska.