A bill that would give cities and boroughs in Alaska the ability to deal with derelict and abandoned vessels is on the move in Juneau.
Only two weekends of skiing and snowboarding left at Eaglecrest. The city-owned ski area will end the season on April 14.
Dozens of federal, state and local agencies have a say on how development happens in arctic Alaska. A new report makes the case for doing a better job coordinating the work those agencies are doing as big decisions are made on important arctic issues.
Scientists know sea otters have a profound impact on their ecosystem, but in Southeast Alaska the details of those interactions are hazy.
Forty-one years ago, a Kodiak-bound fishing boat out of Mobile, Alabama, disappeared without a trace, taking all hands with it. Now the Coast Guard says the fishing vessel Katmai has been found.
The female otter was transferred to the Vancouver Aquarium last Friday where she now lives with a couple of other SeaLife Center alums, Tanu and Elfin.
A U.S. District Court Judge in Washington, D.C., has rejected a challenge by the state of Alaska to the Clinton-era “roadless rule” for the Tongass National Forest.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting a warmer-than-normal spring for most of the United States.
Senator Murkowski has threatened to filibuster the nomination over the Interior Department’s decision to prevent construction of a road from King Cove to Cold Bay.
On March 15, volunteers with the Iditarod Trail Committee discovered a five-year-old husky had been buried and asphyxiated by drifting snow in Unalakleet.