This week, Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski and New Hampshire Democratic Senator Maggie Hassan wrote a letter to the CDC and Coast Guard asking them to work together to exempt commercial fishers from the mask requirement.
Hilcorp’s line, which delivers fuel gas to a system of oil platforms in the inlet, sprung a leak last month.
Scientists have downgraded the alert level at Great Sitkin Volcano near the Aleutian Island of Adak following an eruption Tuesday night.
A collaboration between scientists from both countries is providing a clearer picture of the species, which remain subsistence staples to Arctic communities.
Gustavus is getting a multi-million dollar airport upgrade, but city officials and some residents are calling on Alaska’s Department of Transportation to stop work on the project.
Many Southeast Alaska homeowners are converting to electric heat pumps to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and improve air quality. But in some of Southeast’s smallest communities, the high cost of electricity makes operating them unaffordable.
Two companies are looking at the geothermal energy potential of Mount Spurr, an active volcano across the Cook Inlet from Anchorage.
While most of the cause has been attributed to a warming Arctic climate, a new study from the University of Alaska Fairbanks has found evidence that warming waters outside of the Arctic are impacting sea ice as well.
A state corporation is in the middle of making another push to get a natural gas pipeline built from the North Slope to the Kenai.
The seismic stations are part of the U.S. Array, a multi-million dollar national research project. It spanned nearly two decades and the entire continent.