Cook Inlet belugas have been listed as endangered since 2008. NOAA estimates that 279 individuals remain.
Alaska’s congressional delegation announced on Jan. 19 that the Port of Nome will receive a quarter of a billion dollars for future construction.
Libby Bakalar said she doesn’t know what kind of damages she’ll seek, but she doesn’t want her old job back.
Alaska’s U.S. senators did not stray from the party line as Republicans on Wednesday defeated a major voting rights bill that was a top Democratic priority.
Biden also said six new federal medical teams will be dispatched to aid overwhelmed hospitals in six states.
The federal guidelines that have closely regulated the cruise industry during the COVID-19 pandemic are set to expire on Jan. 15th.
Kenai Peninsula College professor Jeffrey Meyers said he was just starting to think about how to make sense of that day and contextualize it in his American history courses. On the anniversary of the riot, he said it’s something he has thought a lot about in the year since.
Correspondent Liz Ruskin was inside the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. She joined Alaska News Nightly host Casey Grove to talk about what stands out to her about last year’s insurrection.
Surveys indicate rising alarm over a democracy in crisis, the birth of a mass movement sympathetic to insurrection and growing support for political violence.
The 65-year-old Johnson was arrested Oct. 4 and since then has been held at Fairbanks Correction Center.