Juneau’s definition of “frigid” isn’t the same as Fairbanks’ or Kotzebue’s. But one thing unites many Alaskans on a crisp winter day: the burning desire to go outdoors.
A LifeMed medevac flight crashed into the water Thursday morning near Unalaska shortly after taking off from the island’s airport. No one was seriously hurt.
From the Bering Sea to the North Slope, a take-and-bake pizza shop in Anchorage is flying pizzas hundreds of miles to the farthest corners of Alaska.
Below-average temperatures in Southeast Alaska have put a freeze on an important transportation link in the region.
The owners both have day jobs, so the bulk goods store is a part-time operation.
In a Dec. 23 filing, state attorneys ask the court to toss the lawsuit on technical grounds.
Dennis Weston worked in Juneau from 2005 through 2012 before moving to Anchorage’s McLaughlin Youth Center.
As more Alaskans seek treatment for opioid use disorder, the state is taking measures to ensure enough medical providers are there to help.
A Department of Environmental Conservation budget proposal could mean some rough years ahead for small shellfish farms in Alaska.
Ruiz Food Products, based in South Carolina, told food safety inspectors they got three consumer complaints about pieces of plastic in their product.