Margaret Hall of Kodiak wanted very badly to vote this year but died peacefully in her sleep on Friday.
The piglets have learned that if they pile enough dirt up against their electric fence, they can knock it out of commission.
Marvin Abbott camped out at the Anchorage hospital for more than a month to protest its COVID-19 policies, which restrict patient visits as a safety precaution.
Saturday night’s showdown between Sen. Dan Sullivan and his challenger, Al Gross, had some heated exchanges.
Six cases have been reported at Air Station Kodiak.
Work is underway to retire 21 tsunami warning sirens on Kodiak Island, which have worked hard for more than 30 years.
Mark and Eric Van Dongen witnessed the rocket explode on the ground right where they had been deer hunting.
The buffalo left Montana for Alaska on Monday — three hardy bulls, which weigh about a thousand pounds each.
A nine-member working group is reviewing a $250,000 study commissioned by Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration, one that has already ruled out privatizing the state ferry fleet because it doesn’t pencil out.
Natalya Isatchenko was a woman almost everyone in Kodiak knew — but really didn’t know.