The first observation this year was March 10 — a mom and a calf on the river.
In most places in Alaska, reporting on common traffic advisory frequencies is highly recommended, but it’s not a requirement. The NTSB wants to change that.
Oil and gas company Hilcorp paid federal regulators $180,500 for taking too long to inspect and repair dozens of leaks in Cook Inlet and on the North Slope.
Commercial fishermen from Alaska to Maine have been gathering in Astoria, Oregon since the late 1990s to share spoken-word poems and shanties about life at sea.
In her appearance alongside Pierce on Saturday, Grunwald said she wanted to purge ineligible voters from participating in elections.
President Biden announced on Tuesday a ban on Russian oil and gas imports to the U.S.
A Homer man was walking on a piece of ice near Anchor Point on Saturday when it broke off and drifted into Cook Inlet.
Seward’s economy relies heavily on tourism from cruises, and the effects of two canceled seasons in a row extend throughout the region.
Alaskans have been watching Russia’s invasion into Ukraine unfold from thousands of miles away this week. But for some, the news hits closer to home.
Babcock is running for the seat currently held by Sen. Peter Micciche.