A salvage company says the 98-foot F/V Pacific Sounder is too stuck to be towed.
A study of subsistence foods at St. Lawrence Island shows how contaminants carried to the far north by atmospheric and ocean currents persist for years, burdening the region’s Indigenous people.
An Anchorage Superior Court judge ruled Friday that the Alaska Division of Elections acted correctly when it declined to replace independent candidate Al Gross with Republican candidate Tara Sweeney.
The fire came within 300 feet of the roadway, but there has been no damage to infrastructure or buildings.
Abortions are still legal in Alaska, though many women live hundreds of miles from access to abortions.
Three Alaska voters have filed a lawsuit against the Division of Elections, but the first judge to hear it said he’s inclined to rule against them.
No one was injured as the slide sent rock, dirt and vegetation tumbling from a mountainside above the dock.
The margined white is one of four main kinds of butterflies we’re likely to see around Juneau.
Temperatures could get up to the mid-70s on Friday and push into the 80s early next week.
A district court judge shot down a federal rule that would have closed a large part of Cook Inlet to commercial salmon fishing. Fish and Game said it would reopen the fishery Thursday.