With oil and gas leasing on pause, the federal government is gathering input as it reviews its energy program.
The Department of Environmental Conservation’s contaminated sites program found contaminated groundwater near an injection well at North Star Paving and Construction’s property.
Micciche said Konrad Jackson’s case was linked to a legislator who tested positive. Jackson spent a week in critical care and is still in the hospital.
Hilcorp purchased several blocks of federal leases in Cook Inlet in 2017, but before it can even think about exploring for oil and gas there, the company has to survey for potential geological hazards in the area.
Soldotna is waiting on a federal grant to remove beetle kill trees that could fall and pose a fire risk.
Moose didn’t stop crossing the road when the Alaska Moose Federation closed up shop late last year.
The mussels could infiltrate local ecosystems if people dump their aquariums into lakes and rivers. They can wreak havoc on personal property, too.
An updated medical report says Knopp was denied medical certification to fly because he had glaucoma in both eyes that led to a reduced field of vision.
The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute is sending out two surveys —one for fishermen and one for processors — about the effects of the pandemic.
Representatives of four of the crash victims allege that Knopp was negligent in his operation of the aircraft because he was flying without a valid medical certificate.