A six-person seiner taking on water near Ketchikan Friday morning was helped out by U.S. Coast Guard personnel, and escorted back to port.
About two dozen women take advantage of the summertime snow during a week-long training camp.
The Ketchikan School Board Wednesday night approved required background checks for volunteer chaperones on overnight school-sponsored trips.
A strong earthquake near the Canadian border rattled portions of Southern Alaska and the Yukon Territory just before 4 yesterday morning.
In research for his college degree, Sean Brennan used strontium's unique qualities to track salmon in an Alaska river.
Federal agents destroyed over 50 pounds of an explosive in Petersburg’s rock pit behind the community’s airport Wednesday afternoon.
The state has spent nearly $70 million on transportation projects in Sitka over the last five years, and there’s more on the way.
They’re not recognizable like polar bears or whales. But phytoplankton are a key part of life in the Arctic -- and now, they're at the center of a new research effort to predict how the region will respond to climate change.
A U.S. Senate bill requiring companies to cover birth control in employee healthcare plans failed a procedural vote yesterday.
Rep. Chris Tuck, an Anchorage Democrat, acknowledged that he mixed up his campaign contributions with his personal savings and failed to make accurate and timely disclosures.