The Coast Guard says the crews of two towing vessels attached to a Shell drill ship continue to battle a fierce storm in the Gulf of Alaska.
It’s almost time for Alaskans to file for their permanent fund dividends. And that means they also have the option to give a portion of their pfd to charitable and non-profit organizations through the state’s charitable giving program, Pick. Click. Give.
Coast Guard Spokesman David Mosley in Anchorage says the tug Aiviq began experiencing engine problems late last night. He says it has enough power to maintain its current position, about 48 hours from landfall.
Shell’s Noble Discoverer drill rig has had several high-profile mishaps in 2012. Now, the Coast Guard says it found problems with the rig’s on-board systems during an emergency inspection in Seward.
There is no deal in sight, though leaders may try and push a pared back plan to avert the fiscal cliff.
A project is underway to replace the power line across Turnagain Pass on the Kenai Peninsula.
State lawmakers today heard an update on a proposal to get natural gas from the North Slope to Southcentral Alaska.
Unemployment in Alaska has been lower than the national rate for nearly 50 months.
Alaska’s unemployment rate historically had been higher than the rest of … more
Some senior Republican senators want to strip aid for the fishery disaster.