One year ago, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland issued a declaration to remove a slur against Indigenous women from place names on federal lands.
When asked what they would do to address declining salmon stocks, all candidates pointed to bycatch as a continued threat to salmon and crab across the state.
A specialist with the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault shares some ways to recognize and address domestic violence.
Juneau-based writer Christy NaMee Eriksen is a self-described superfan of the fat bears in Katmai National Park. This month, she poured her knowledge into daily reports tracking the tournament’s big brown bears for the Anchorage Daily News.
Decades of research shows that rural and Alaska Native fishermen face significant economic and cultural barriers to commercial fishing.
The housing shortage in Dillingham is intertwined with a national shortage of teachers.
The man was hunting moose when he came upon the bear.
“It pushed me a little bit more,” Junior Torino said. “I really wanted to see him bald.”
The new investor signed an agreement for even greater potential investment over a two-year period — up to $60 million in total.
The Alaska Board of Fisheries designated the early run as a stock of management concern in March.