Senator Mark Begich last week visited the three lower Yukon River villages of Marshall, Alakanak, and Emmonak. He heard from dozens of people about infrastructure needs, and issues such as the importance of subsistence and the need for local law enforcement.
Five hours of public testimony in Anchorage saw 100 people signed up to speak on the proposed limits to the Pebble Mine project.
The observer program is not going away. Instead, the court’s action may compel NOAA to find a way to remodel it, which is what the small-boat fleet has wanted.
It is the first time in roughly eight years that escapement goals lined out in a treaty between Alaska and Canada have been met.
Alaska's seafood industry is getting caught in the middle of a power struggle between Russia and western nations.
Eielson Air Force Base is the only candidate selected to house two squadrons of F-35 fighter planes.
Last week, Dan Sullivan sent mailers to Alaska voters alleging Mead Treadwell benefitted financially from the Obama stimulus package.
After shuttering of Anchorage federal facility, Alaska Railroad and Territorial Court documents now in state possession.
Eight conservation organizations are joining Interior Secretary Sally Jewell in a federal lawsuit over Izembek Refuge.