In Alaska, the state’s school administrators association estimated that superintendent turnover is nearing 30 percent.
A road through a national refuge in Alaska is meant to be for medical evacuations. But a little-known loophole lets it move fish, not just patients.
A former employee of an Alaska nonprofit organization that helps people living with or affected by HIV and AIDS has been charged with embezzling more than $105,000 from the group over several years.
A decades old debate is gaining traction over the stability of Sitka’s herring population.
In Wrangell, recycling isn’t as simple as wheeling a plastic container out to the curb each week…not to mention trying to get rid of large items like old TVs, computers and printers.
New secondary school principal William Schwan said he’s ready to get over the hump of being the new guy.
A hunting trip near pilot station went awry earlier this week resulting in the drowning of a resident of Pitkas Point.
Well-known Petersburg resident and former mayor, Al Dwyer, passed away last Friday due to health complications. KFSK’s Angela Denning reports on a man who volunteered in many ways but was also known just as a ‘good guy’.