Stedman says the state needs to balance its longterm fiscal health against its ability to pay large Permanent Fund dividends.
Kodiak’s entire fleet sat out the season opener on Sunday, and they aren’t planning on fishing anytime soon.
In spite of the challenges, the officials with the City and Borough of Juneau and Capital Transit are optimistic about electrifying Juneau’s bus fleet.
Leavitt was a whaling captain and a cultural beacon for his people, fluent in Inupiaq and known for his ability to make skin whaling boats without a blueprint.
Fishermen say they won’t go fishing for the prices offered by local canneries.
A Seattle-based environmental group wants to stop the Southeast troll fisheries, which they say harm an endangered population of orcas.
The legislation would give the Alaska Department of Natural Resources the authority to promote two forms of carbon management and sequestration.
Exxon’s climate research decades back painted an accurate picture of global warming, according to a new scientific paper. Still the oil company continued climate-denying policy efforts.
The manager of the ferry system is leaving after almost 20 years, and there’s a new deputy commissioner.
The state had originally planned to task the Matanuska with the mainline Southeast route.