With Arctic sea-ice melting, shipping traffic increasing, and shifting defense priorities, the military is weighing whether it wants to return to Alaska’s Bering Sea.
Alaska’s coastal residents have long warned of dire effects if lawmakers sharply reduce ferry budgets. Now, absent an adjustment to the ferry schedule by Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration, those warnings could become reality.
Kodiak’s Pier 2 is used to hosting cruise ships and large crab boats this time of year. So a 600-foot Navy warship was a little out of place on Tuesday.
Gail Alstrom of the St. Mary’s Sub-Regional Clinic says rural Alaska health care clinics like hers rely on broadband internet service. An outage sends them back in time.
After an unprecedented summer drought drained reservoirs and wells across Alaska, hundreds of people face immediate water shortages — and lingering questions about the future.
Lawmakers cut the ferry budget by $43.6 million dollars rather than risk losing it altogether.
The sender of the email represented themselves as a known vendor and requested a change in payment method.
A boil water notice has been in effect since July 2. The village administrator says as of Tuesday, the village’s wells are dry.
Prospective candidates must file by Monday, Aug. 19.
This summer, the Alaska Marine Highway System weathered its first strike in more than 40 years. So what did the ferry workers union win?