The Army was fined nearly $60,000 for failing to notify the agency of a munitions dump on Fort Wainwright.
Diverse commercial markets for the snake-like creature have opened up over the past few years but catching them can be tricky.
New rules could make it possible to develop more renewable energy in Alaska, by making it easier for independent projects to sell their power to the grid.
If the request is approved, the change could free Fairbanks from more stringent emissions regulations.
The Alaska Railroad has been missing out on $3 million a year for the past three years because of what appears to be late night math goof.
In response to a directive by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the Alaska Energy Authority has filed a document that it says is a “roadmap” to the studies performed on the Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project from June 2014 onward.
Judge Paul Lyle cautioned that he has thousands of pages to read before a six-month clock for him to rule begins ticking.
A recent study indicates fires in the Yukon Flat region of Alaska are releasing more carbon into the atmosphere than previously thought.
Last weekend, some 40 Alaskans journeyed down to Louisiana for the Blackpot music and food festival.
A police detective who investigated the John Hartman murder case took the stand Monday at the Fairbanks Four exoneration hearing.