Smoke from the record wildfire season in California and the Pacific Northwest has been visible all over the northern half of the Lower 48.
Thousands of U.S. fishermen could be eligible for a new program designed to help fishermen hurt by the tariff on seafood.
On a four-city tour of Alaska, the Libertarian Party nominee suggested selling all federal lands and removing all subsidies from fossil fuels.
The mayor, a retired Alaska State Trooper, said discrimination against police officers was in his eyes “by far a greater problem.”
Ketchikan had 68 days with measurable rainfall, for a total of 47 inches — both records. Sitka set a rainy-day record with 70 days, while Petersburg had a record 31.6 inches. Downtown Juneau saw more rain than it’s seen in 59 years, with 34 inches.
Newspapers from 1918 describe devastated hotel industry, tell readers to ‘keep your hands clean and keep them out of your mouth.’
One plane was not capable of receiving alerts about nearby aircraft and was not transmitting data about its own altitude to the other plane.
The assembly would need five votes to override Dial’s veto and could likely bring the issue back for another vote next month.
Metlakatla fisherman Eldon Atkinson says it’s an effort to provide food security for Alaska’s only Native reservation.
The lawsuit argues that Congress, not the state of Alaska, granted Metlakatla Indian Community the Annette Islands Reserve — and an integral part of the reserve is access to traditional fisheries.