The UniSea fish plant in Unalaska is under partial lockdown and has shut down all non-essential work after four employees tested positive for COVID-19 Tuesday.
The nation’s sole heavy icebreaker arrived in the Aleutian Islands this week for the first time since 2013.
From mid-June to mid-October, Dan Binde of Minnesota hiked from Yakutat, in the northern reaches of Alaska’s Inside Passage, across the Alaska Peninsula, to Unimak, the largest and easternmost of the Aleutian Islands.
The collision of a warm, wet weather front with a mass of cold air from Siberia could set a new record: the lowest barometric pressure recorded in the North Pacific.
When artist and activist CeeJay Johnson learned moms in Russian Mission couldn’t get baby formula, she asked for help on Facebook and Reddit.
The westernmost community in the U.S. is under lockdown after an arriving visitor tested positive Saturday for the coronavirus.
On Wednesday, the National Transportation Safety Board released more than 2,000 pages of documents related to the crash.
Multiple pieces of evidence led scientists to the conclusion that there might be a 12-mile-wide caldera — a large volcanic crater — or a number of calderas, hidden underwater beneath the group of islands.
All crew members remain on board, with the one negative individual segregated from the remaining crew.
Two unnamed people arrived in Unalaska last week and tested positive Monday at the local clinic, according to City Manager Erin Reinders. One had direct contact with multiple other people in the community over the holiday weekend.