Throughout Southeast Alaska, many people make their home on boats. So-called “liveaboards” are motivated by a variety of factors — including a lack of affordable housing.
Arctic Slope Regional Corp. has long been one of the most aggressive advocates for opening ANWR to oil development.
Ash eruption at Shishaldin Volcano in the Aleutian Islands has intensified, sending an ash cloud 27,000 feet in the air.
Poor VHF coverage isn’t a new issue. But this many outages at once is not normal.
By using heat-sensing cameras to detect dens, and accepting strict limits on when to survey, impacts could be dramatically reduced.
BP, which has been a major employer in Alaska for decades, is planning to sell all of its assets in the state to Hilcorp, a smaller, private company.
The purpose is to make sure the State of Alaska and its people are represented as the sale moves forward.
Predation by booming killer whales populations are estimated to consume more adult Chinook salmon than taken by fisheries.
The Washington Post made the North Slope village of Nuiqsut front page news under a provocative headline: “Alaska’s warming, but can’t quit big oil.”
In a Dec. 23 filing, state attorneys ask the court to toss the lawsuit on technical grounds.