After 53 years of continuous service, the turbines at Sitka’s Blue Lake Hydro plant are quiet.
In Alaska, where small medical practices are the norm, the new electronic records requirements can be a heavy burden.
The two totem poles that stood for 36 years in Juneau’s old Indian Village have been hauled off.
Tlingit expert, linguist and award winning writer Richard Dauenhauer passed away Tuesday morning at Bartlett Regional Hospital.
The DOT officials were vetting a draft of the state’s latest plan for transportation for Southeast.
Increasing arctic traffic and emergency response needs prompted federal officials to visit Nome Friday to get a first-hand account of what's happening.
The resolution was created after mushers across the state began reporting harassment like obstructed trails, traps set on trails, and lawsuits threatening kennel operations.
A new recycling initiative aims to curb illegal dumping of fishing nets in Wrangell, and send the old nets to Slovenia to be melted down for re-use.
New Sealaska CEO Anthony Mallott says investing locally is part of the regional Native corporation’s strategy for reversing recent losses.
According to a memorandum sent last week by University of Alaska System President Pat Gamble, the Board of Regents plans to implement a student fee to cover costs associated with the project.