An agreement between the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service leaves just one formal step before the National Petroleum Reserve Alaska can open up to development.
Victim was the driver in a vehicle leaving the gun range.
City Manager Rod Swope says Juneau can’t make any improvements until two private companies work out their issues over the collection and disposal of garbage.
Rear Admiral Ostebo says icebreakers are key to U.S. presence in Arctic.
Alaska’s Lieutenant Governor pressed Congress Thursday for new icebreaker ships to operate in the Arctic.
A Ketchikan House candidate faces a sizable penalty for campaigning without registering. An Alaska Public Offices Commission attorney recommends fining David Scott $2,357.
Hawaiian client of a Juneau guide is the latest to be implicated in possible poaching activities in the area.
Ryan West is charged with second degree murder in connection with the death of Gabriel Carte.