CBJ argues that Local Boundary Commission did not properly consider their petition
The humpback whale that was tangled up in a gillnet near Petersburg earlier this week has made its way to Juneau waters.
Scubua diving emergencies can no longer be treated at Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau. After more than 30 years, the facility discontinued its hyperbaric chamber program and recently removed the 13-foot chamber.
50,000 sockeye salmon is the early catch estimate for a 3-day gillnet opening at Port Snettisham and the Speel Arm near Juneau, with 35,000 of those fish caught in the first six hours.
Hundreds of people poured into Juneau’s Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute, or Auke Bay Laboratories, on Friday, a day set aside to honor its namesake and his legacy in Alaska.
One of the most riveting stories of disaster and bravery at sea is now a television documentary, being broadcast this week on KTOO’s 360 North. Tragedy and Courage on the Bering Sea, by filmmaker John Sabella, recounts the fire that destroyed the Fishing / Processing Vessel Galaxy in 2002. The story is told entirely by…
For the first time since it started in 1976, Douglas Island Pink and Chum (DIPAC) is operating in the black.
Sockeye began running over the weekend and the black bears are feasting.
Forest Service is livestreaming an underwater camera from near the Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center
What helps – or hurts – the health of Gulf of Alaska’s fisheries? More than 40 scientists from 11 institutions are searching for answers as part of a five-year study of the gulf’s vast ecosystem.