Federal responders say it’s too early to know what caused a commuter plane to crash in remote southwest Alaska, killing four people and injuring another six on board.
A survey of oil company managers and executives has given Alaska poor marks for its business climate.
The state has released regulations to implement Alaska’s oil tax law, including use of metering to help determine what oil qualifies for special tax breaks.
Premera Alaska won’t increase premium rates for Alaskans who decide to extend their plans for another year.
Juneau’s Kate Williams has taken over as U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s new legislative director.
Rural Fairbanks power customers will be receiving good news on their December electric bills.
Arctic Power and Alaska Wilderness League are hard at work in Washington, D.C. One has been fighting for 20 years to allow oil development on the coastal plain of the refuge, the other working just as long to ensure that day never comes.
An industrial explosives company operating on Prince of Wales Island is reporting the theft of blasting agent.
The schedule of the Alaska state ferry Taku has been revised to accommodate travelers affected by sailings of the state ferry LeConte that were canceled through Monday because of a problem with the vessel’s bow thruster.
Erosion is eating away at river beaches around Ninilchik, destroying shoreline campsites.