Some Manley Hot Springs residents are frustrated by a lack of guidance on how to deal with contaminants in their homes and yards.
Manley resident Sabrina Jervsjo said there’s damage from the water, and even worse, fuel spills. “I think everybody in Manley Hot Springs purchased heating fuel before the cost went up,” she said. “It’s just a sheen across everywhere.”
The National Park Service is searching for a solo climber on Denali after he failed to check in with a friend by satellite phone for several days.
A slumping section of the Denali National Park road dropped an unprecedented amount over the winter, leaving a 40-foot drop in the road near Polychrome Pass.
Alaska’s new bison are 11 months old and weigh about 400 pounds each.
Johnson was arrested by FBI agents in October after an investigation identified him as the caller who left more than a dozen threatening and profanity-laced voicemails for both senators.
The state’s refugee coordinator has told local officials that refugees fleeing the war in Ukraine will begin arriving in Alaska over the next year or two.
A Fairbanks photographer captured video of a foggy ball of light that was far larger than a full moon and moved slowly from the northeast to the southwest.
On his show last Sunday, comedian John Oliver called the Nenana Ice Classic “the single greatest ice-melting contest in the world.”
“All our heroes are basketball players,” Arnold Marks says. “All of our parents and older siblings played basketball. And, you know, we don’t have enough equipment for football or baseball or anything else like that. Basketball’s it.”