State and federal game managers set a 30-day hunting and trapping season that closed Dec. 15.
Eight decades after the fact, the federal government plans to spend $2.2 million to clean up a contaminated former army site on Kruzof Island near Sitka.
The chartered passenger service was designed with apparently little coordination with destination communities.
One Alaska state ferry collided with another while docking in Ketchikan early on Jan. 14, causing some damage but no reported injuries.
A pair of million-dollar donations come from the Anchorage-based Rasmuson Foundation and Los Angeles-based Edgerton Foundation.
The Southeast tribal government in Kake had organized the deer and moose harvest early in the pandemic out of concerns about food security.
The state of Alaska is looking to the private sector to offer ferry service between Juneau and four Southeast villages facing months-long gaps this winter from January to March.
The Biden administration on Tuesday formally began the process of restoring ‘Roadless Rule’ protections to millions of acres of Southeast Alaska’s federal forestlands.
On Friday the Biden administration announced Nov. 23 as the start date for its formal process to reinstate the Roadless Rule for the Tongass National Forest.
According to the NTSB’s two-page preliminary report released Tuesday, the plane veered sharply to the right while accelerating down the runway.