A wildfire caused by lightning in the interior is burning near the Village of Dot Lake.
A federal agency will conduct a study to determine the danger of drinking groundwater contaminated by the industrial solvent sulfolane in the North Pole area
A case of measles in Fairbanks is the first confirmed occurrence of the highly contagious viral infection in the state in 15 years.
Landrum says things are going fairly smoothly, but there are challenges to broadcasting out of his family’s home.
“Expedition Alaska: Dinosaurs” gives visitors the opportunity to experience paleontologists quest and what they’re finding in an underexplored region.
The selection of Clear helps solidify Alaska’s role as host to the ground-based mid-course missile defense system, designed primarily to shoot down warheads from North Korea.
A month after overflow from the Sag River shut it down, spring melt water has made the only access road to the North Slope oil fields impassable again.
In the years leading up to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971, Edwardsen protested the land deal between Russia and the United States, saying it was “robbery” and didn’t affect Iñupiaq ownership of the land.
The FCC is ready to investigate how a company partly owned by Fairbanks-based Doyon won licenses to use the wireless spectrum while claiming it was entitled to billions of dollars in discounts.
Alaskan bush pilot Urban Rahoi, a homesteader, lodge owner and Fairbanks businessman flew over the capitol in a B-17.