Some Manley Hot Springs residents are frustrated by a lack of guidance on how to deal with contaminants in their homes and yards.
Michelle Jaagal Aat Demmert has been appointed to the Not Invisible Act Commission.
The charges say Anthony, a resident of Maine, featured two illegal black bear kills from within Kenai Fjords on his show.
Alaska’s wildland firefighters have been completing their annual training and, with help from a state grant, strategically cutting and removing trees, many of them killed by spruce beetles.
The water has since receded, and the National Weather Service has ended its flood warning for the Kuskokwim River.
The charges are the first public explanation of what happened to Anesha “Duffy” Murnane since she went missing.
Alaska’s new Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Initiative lead investigator Anne Sears spoke to hundreds of advocates for Missing and Murdered Indigenous People gathered in front of the Capitol in Juneau.
The National Park Service is searching for a solo climber on Denali after he failed to check in with a friend by satellite phone for several days.
The Alaska Bar Aassociation says it’s disappointing news, though Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson is optimistic about a future visit to Alaska.
Anchorage police and fire officials say they’re hampered by a tight labor market, limited budgets and recruitment barriers that extend outside of their departments. But critics say they could be doing more.