The eastern Interior town of Tok has Alaska’s first and only electric-powered school bus.
Alaska Airlines says it has refunded the cost of her ticket and launched an internal investigation.
A new study proves for the first time that people who lived in Interior Alaska more than 11,000 years ago ate salmon along with big game like bison.
Jennifer Smith, who shared a home and sled dog kennel with Lance Mackey, died Sunday night in an ATV accident near her home north of Fairbanks.
A recently discovered virus that is only known to have infected two humans — both in Fairbanks — is suspected to be caused by contact with small animals.
The borough has stepped up testing, and local public health officials are closely tracking the results to see if they reveal any cases of community spread.
One fisheries advocate says it’s been an especially tough year, with high water impeding fishing for much of the summer and runs coming in weak, particularly the fall chums.
McCandless’s sister says the bus can be a powerful educational tool, including about the mistakes her brother made that led to his starvation in the wilderness.
The National Park Service says the hunter and a partner were on an unguided moose hunt in the remote Cottonwood Creek drainage within the preserve, where permitted sport hunting is allowed.
Sen. Sullivan says a large Russian naval exercise happening in the Bering Sea at the same time as the triple aircraft intercept demonstrates that the Arctic has become a flashpoint.