Residents in Hyder and Stewart are advocating for what they’re calling the Bear Bubble, which would create a shared space for residents in both communities and exempt them from the quarantine rules.
The nine-member ferry work group has reached consensus that the ferry system is too important for the state to just walk away.
Between the University’s Juneau, Ketchikan and Sitka campuses there are just over 2,000 students enrolled.
Smoke from the record wildfire season in California and the Pacific Northwest has been visible all over the northern half of the Lower 48.
“You can’t put a price on photos taken from somebody from within the culture and in this case, somebody from within the community as well,” said Chuck Smythe of Sealaska Heritage.
City officials say at least 31 people have gotten sick with COVID-19 after a single indoor event in late August.
Thousands of U.S. fishermen could be eligible for a new program designed to help fishermen hurt by the tariff on seafood.
September 12 marks six months since Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced Alaska’s first known case of COVID-19. We thought now was a good time to pause and take stock of where we are — and to look back on how we got here.
On a four-city tour of Alaska, the Libertarian Party nominee suggested selling all federal lands and removing all subsidies from fossil fuels.
A combination of low prices and low returns has the summer of 2020 shaping up to be one of the worst in decades.