The earthquake’s epicenter was around 15 miles deep and occurred on the Queen Charlotte Fault.
Chohla Moll won the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching this year. It’s one of the most prestigious awards a science teacher in the United States can get.
The Boeing 737 was slowing down when the flight crew noticed a sow and a cub crossing the runway, according to a statement from Alaska Airlines.
“If somehow this improves the world that we live in locally here, and it can make things better for those that are not here yet, that is so classically Tlingit.”
Alaska Department of Fish & Game biologist Stephen Bethune says killing dogs is “a line that bears are not allowed to cross.”
Maintenance staff were tracking down a leak in the city hall roof when they found a bullet lodged in the insulation.
Detecting COVID-19 in wastewater could help communities prepare for new waves of infections before public health officials see rising cases.
The Sitka Police Department can provide gun locks for people who need them.
Since 2017, a growing group of Sitkans has held a mourning ceremony on Alaska Day at the bottom of Castle Hill while the transfer ceremony takes place at the top.
The man had no symptoms of coronavirus when he tested positive.