“We had Santa on the second flight,” the lead pilot said. “He was with the medics.”
Animal shelters around the state have seen a recent uptick of stray and surrendered animals.
Rental housing in Hooper Bay is severely limited.
A massive storm in 2022 brought flood waters to this part of Alaska, and the tundra was inundated with salt water for days.
Department of Homeland Security’s Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties wants to find out “whether there are systemic problems” with the way FEMA works with Indigenous communities in Alaska.
The project, located about 145 miles northeast of Bethel, would be one of the biggest open-pit gold mines in the world.
The latest population survey shows the herd dropped from about 150 to 72 animals over the last year.
Researchers estimated that the shell of a concrete home would cost about one-fourth what a traditional one would.
It has been more than a decade since researchers first announced that they’d found dinosaur footprints along the middle section of the Yukon River. And when that team did make their discovery public, they also said that it was unlikely that people who live along the river even knew dinosaur footprints littered the riverbanks near them. But…
In a single week, they’ve turned up at least two dozen footprints left by at least five different species