Doctor Andrew Trites of the North Pacific Universities Marine Mammal Research Consortium talks about their second killer whale survey that’s now underway and runs through March 7. Trites says they want help from fishermen, recreational boaters, and charter operators to track and document the activity of killer whales in Alaska.Related Link: Killer whale survey
- A nearly 400-year-old book sits in the Alaska State Library. But it's not any old book, it's the First Folio, the first written copy of Shakespeare's work.
- A whale-watching tour saw more than just whales Wednesday, after helping save a deer from drowning in the ocean.
- There’s a long history of rural legislators joining majority caucuses, regardless of the party.
- People with drug felonies can now apply for food stamps in Alaska.