Washington’s Department of Fish and Wildlife plans to kill an entire wolf pack in the northeast corner of the state. The decision comes after at least 12 cattle were killed in the area.
Lawmakers are demanding answers as to why the price of this aging drug, which stops a life-threatening allergic reaction, keeps going up.
More than 115,000 residents have applied for aid, and at least as many homes and businesses are ruined or badly damaged. The sheer scope of wreckage and loss can be overwhelming.
Babies born with small heads are “just the tip of the iceberg” of what Zika does to a fetus’s brain, says Dr. Deborah Levine, a contributor to a new study.
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The business manager for Aleknagik Natives Ltd. has been fired and an independent investigation is underway amid accusations that the employee had embezzled money from the village corporation.
Kodiak Island Borough Schools Superintendent Stewart McDonald was honored as the state’s Superintendent of the Year Monday night at the school board meeting by Lisa Parady, the executive director of the Alaska Superintendents Association.
There has been a little turbulence since the October sale of Wings of Alaska to Fjord Flying Service, but the new staff is continuing to work out the kinks.
Two of three men involved in a Christmas Eve burglary in Petersburg were sentenced to jail time Tuesday, August 23.
With just a few days left for candidates to file for local office, the ballot so far is looking pretty sparse.
Starting September 1, bag limits for three waterfowl species will go up as the state takes over for federal managers.
A dog is back home safe with its owners after being rescued from Tongass Narrows by a pilot who had just landed a floatplane when he spotted the animal struggling in the water.
A man sought by Anchorage police on a manslaughter charge has turned himself in. Anchorage television station KTUU reports Kuach Kuach, 19, surrendered Tuesday afternoon.