A trio passing through the area last Thursday said the bear didn’t leave them alone until they maced it on a bridge near the trailhead.
Jerilyn Nicholson was found Saturday at the base of a cliff near Eklutna Lake Road, a semi-rural area at the northern edge of Anchorage’s municipal boundary.
About 3,000 Juneau residents who are registered to vote will have to sign official petition booklets by June 2 for the questions to get on October ballots.
The black-and-yellow tugboat changed hands several times, decaying over the years to become a rustic liveaboard that skirted local laws.
Juneau’s city manager said there are no strings attached, but the Juneau Assembly will have to accept the money.
The video posted to YouTube shows the teacher leading a conversation about police killing Black people, including the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. She does not defend Chauvin, but says Floyd would be alive if he had complied with police orders.
Owner Robert Murphy hopes to have most of the work on the hydro system done by this fall with a rollout of hydropower for his buildings targeted for next spring.
Southeast Alaska tribes, fishermen and others say that the Canadian mining sector enjoys economic benefits while those downstream bear the ecological risks.
Former Alaskan Tommy Beaudreau is on his way to becoming the second in command at the U.S. Interior Department as the deputy to Secretary Deb Haaland.
The bill also allows the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute to promote hatchery-born, wild-caught shellfish in the same way they market hatchery-bred salmon.
The Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation says most areas in the Y-K Delta still have either substantial or high transmission.
It’s not just the view or the quality of construction that’s attracting renters to a new Sitka apartment building — it’s that they can’t find anything else.
Alaska State Parks Ranger Jack Ransom said his department got three separate reports Thursday and Friday about a large, aggressive black bear on the Tonsina Creek Trail.
Alaska’s court system was forced to disconnect its online services over the weekend after discovering a cyberattacker had tried to insert malware on court computers.