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.
The state has ordered oyster farms in Jakolof Bay near Homer to stop selling oysters, due to possible pollution from two fishing vessels that sank earlier this week.
For the second time this week, a fire at the Fosbee apartment building downtown sent residents into the cold night.
Four Juneau youth are the winners of this years’ Hilary Lindh Scholarships at Eaglecrest. The program gives the students a pass to the city-owned ski … more
No injuries reported after two people fell through ice at the face of the Mendenhall Glacier on Christmas Day.
Gov. Sean Parnell’s proposed fiscal year 2014 operating budget sets aside $10 million for the Juneau Access Road…
NORAD has its eye on the sky tracking Santa’s trip around the world this Christmas Eve
Dean Williams seldom missed a walk downtown and always had a smile…
Bells across Alaska rang at 9:30 Friday morning in memory of the Connecticut elementary school shooting.