Alaska’s U.S. senators got the news Wednesday morning from the Army’s vice chief of staff. Sen. Lisa Murkowski vowed to fight it.
New research paints an unsettling picture of the future of shellfish in coastal Alaska. The effects of ocean acidification are worsening and could mean the end of hatcheries in the next 25 years if costly mitigation efforts aren’t put in place.
Forty patients assigned to the Mat-Su clinic died in the year ending in mid-2014. The inspector general found eight of those patients did not receive adequate access to care.
The recognition is especially significant because they’re the second nationally accredited tribal museum in the United States.
Community members from across the Kenai Peninsula packed the Homer Theatre earlier this month for the Homeless in Homer film screening and discussion panel.
This isn’t the first time Hooligan’s Lodging and Saloon stepped up and the community now knows where to turn for help, year after year.
The exercise normally happens every two years, but was canceled in 2013 due to budget sequestration. That time gap is part of the reason critics say communication from the military has been inadequate, leading to protests in several Southcentral communities last month.
What happens when you throw a mix of middle school kids who all learn at different levels into one class then hand them a couple of college-level texts? An innovative, collaborative approach to teaching that gets students to pay attention.
A coal mining company proposes completely removing the water from a tributary of the Chuitna River, which is a salmon stream.
One scientist suspects the whales may have ingested a toxin which led to their deaths.