Western Alaska residents are cleaning up after a powerful weekend storm and bracing for more storms.
Residents in many parts of Alaska spent Monday digging out from the first significant snowfall of the season.
It will be at least a year before state sponsored wolf trapping programs in two areas of Southeast Alaska can begin.
If you’re driving in Haines next week, slow down for the eagles and the people watching them.
Many trail users like to bring their dogs along for a hike, ski or ride. That sets up a potential conflict with an often overlooked user group in Juneau: Trappers
The two most appealing sites for both homeowners concerned about noise and ATV and motocross enthusiasts are out the road.
Glacial recession impacts on fish and invertebrates previewed at Southeast Alaska Watershed Symposium
Last Thursday, an employee at Denali National Park made a disturbing discovery while driving to the site of the landslide on the Park Road.
Juneau’s Eaglecrest is on to the second round of the Ski Town Throwdown.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game manages 3 million acres of protected land, and many areas have seen their share of controversy. In recent … more