The U.S. Navy is inaugurating its first squadron that mixes advanced unmanned drones with conventional aircraft.
The state is looking at the issue of getting a natural gas project online from multiple angles.
t looks like there won’t be a chinook subsistence fishery on the Stikine River this year. Officials this week closed the annual opening, scheduled for May 15th to June 20th
Jeannie Johnson’s last day in May 15.
A second wolf killed in interior Alaska has tested positive for rabies.
North Korea has sentenced a U.S. citizen to 15 years in one of the country’s notorious labor camps for allegedly attempting to overthrow the Pyongyang government.
Sitka will miss two Alaska Airlines flights a day during the month of May, in order to allow a paving contractor to replace the runway at the Rocky Gutierrez Airport.
The U.S. Coast Guard recently helped placed seismic sensors along a fault near Craig in southeast Alaska.
Last year, an unprecedented 12-day King salmon fishing closure on the Kuskokwim River devastated the subsistence harvest of the fish.
It could take the City and Borough of Juneau another year or two to work out all the kinks in its new process for determining property values. But the public can help by providing information to the Assessor’s Office.