New equipment has given the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service the capability to treat polar bears on the scene, which, until now, hasn’t been a possibility.
A government-backed mining boom in British Columbia may have downstream impacts to Southeast Alaska. It's uniting tribes across borders.
With three months to go before the primary election, groups with a stake in the oil tax referendum are ramping up their campaigns.
The Western Mining Action Network held a discussion on the development of large mines in British Columbia that could impact the Taku, Stikine and Unuk rivers.
Several Western Alaska communities could see lower energy costs after federal grants have been distributed.
The proposed natural gas project is seen as a lifeline for the state, as North Slope oil production declines and state revenue dwindles.
High winds resulted in a spray of natural gas, crude oil and water that covers an area of tundra larger than 20 football fields.
The early break-up of sea ice has left winter gold-dredging operations scrambling to haul equipment back to shore – and not everyone has fared well so far.
BP announced Tuesday it’s selling some of its assets on the North Slope.