Alaska Department of Fish and Game estimates as many as 15 bears roamed the Haines townsite this fall, causing a lot of damage.
The Coast Guard is working with the harbormaster to track down the vessel’s owner.
Only 500 feet from the shoreline, the ice thinned to just an inch and a half. Anything less than 4 inches is considered dangerous.
Temperatures in Juneau have been well below the 24-degree average low for January. That makes it tough for the more than 200 homeless people in Juneau.
The National Weather Service says as much as 9 inches of snow is expected through Monday night, and temperatures may dip into the single digits later this week.
A GoFundMe account has been set up for the Haines families of Zane Durr and Matthew Green, who both died in an avalanche on Dec. 30.
Two Alaska students will spend a week visiting historic monuments, talking with U.S. Senators and maybe even meet the president and his cabinet.
Predation by booming killer whales populations are estimated to consume more adult Chinook salmon than taken by fisheries.
Crews are working to remove an underwater rock pinnacle that makes it difficult for massive cruise ships to get in and out of port.
Wrangell officials say they weren’t consulted about the local ADF&G office being on the governor’s chopping block. A budget document says it’ll save around $70,000 in general fund spending.