Nearly one and a half million people are forecast to visit Southeast Alaska this summer, but some Ketchikan residents don’t want to see tourists in places that often serve as refuges for locals.
The Alaska Marine Highway System’s shutdown of regional service till March is having ripple effects for Southeast Alaska’s miners. Some of the 30 or so miners living in Haines are struggling to get to work — and keep their jobs.
In 16 years with the Alaska Marine Highway, Matanuska substitute Capt. Gabriel Baylous has dealt with his fair share of mechanical problems, but there was always another ferry to pick up the slack. Not this time.
For one Juneau-based guide, it’s a way to teach his guests about the importance of the Tongass National Forest at a crucial time.
Kenneth Manzanares pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for the July 2017 death of Kristy Manzanares.
A fossil of a marine reptile in Southeast Alaska has officially been declared a new species and Tlingit elders have named it after a well-known creature in their traditional stories.
Fabian Grutter is a self-described electric vehicle enthusiast, and five years ago he started the project of hybridizing his fishing boat.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy was planning a trip to Wrangell Tuesday, but he ultimately canceled because of poor weather conditions.
Esports, or competitive video gaming, has been steadily growing in Alaska schools for the past few years. The new activity is helping foster community within schools.
Aside from the ferry Lituya, which shuttles between Ketchikan and Metlakatla, the entire Alaska Marine Highway System fleet will be idle until March.