A new study hones in on habitats where Chinook salmon are born and raised by tracking chemical tags in the fish’s otolith.
Heroin imported to Alaska quickly reaches rural communities. Those communities are now pushing back.
Federal officials say in 2014 they intercepted nearly ten times as much heroin coming into Alaska than in 2013.
A Tooksook Bay teenager who became a singing sensation on Facebook performed for ambassadors and Arctic VIPs at the State Department in Washington D.C. last week.
Gregory’s attorney argued that the office violated Gregory’s civil rights and committed assault and battery in what he described as an “attack” last July.
Days later, the woman told her story to a VPSO who interviewed witnesses and sought to arrest the man — but by then he was already in Nome’s Anvil Mountain Correctional Center, arrested in April on separate charges of resisting arrest.
Mining company Nome Gold Alaska has formally opened its doors, and agenda, to Nome residents for the first time.
Opportunities to build up up Arctic infrastructure are advancing with a bill introduced this week in both the U.S. House and Senate.
The researchers are looking to set a baseline for water temperature and are targeting salmon streams to see if temperatures are stressful to the fish.
Expecting another poor king salmon run, the first fishing restrictions are expected to go into effect on May 21st.