In 2022, tourism was almost back to pre-pandemic levels, so samples taken this year will show the difference in the whale’s stress levels when there are and aren’t boats in the water all summer.
The sometimes contentious contract negotiation between the University of Alaska’s administration and its faculty resulted in both parties filing unfair labor practice complaints, which are still ongoing.
Two weeks ago, the council sent a letter to all Kipnuk households prohibiting children in the village of around 700 people from attending school, citing concerns for students’ safety.
After weathering a pandemic and years of stagnant state education funding, Weiss said it felt like the right time to move on after 39 years in education.
Bethel students are going to the polls this week. They’re voting with Sharpies, and there’s only one question on the ballot — it’s up to them to pick the sign that will mark a local playground.
This dugout canoe, or yaakw, is special. It’s the first one built in Angoon in 140 years.
McCandless’ death from starvation at the bus 30 years ago drew travelers from across the world, at least two of whom died trying to reach it.
The change in Alaska’s math scores mirrored a trend seen across the country.
The problem has been developing for years, but the end of COVID financial aid has triggered a crisis.
Another experiment aims to better understand a low-altitude, aurora-like atmospheric glow known as Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement, or STEVE.