Mark and Eric Van Dongen witnessed the rocket explode on the ground right where they had been deer hunting.
The Department of Energy says that if the project succeeds, Unalaska would be the first community in the nation completely powered by geothermal energy.
Donna Pratt was sick with COVID-19 for most of July. She feared for her life. But from her hospital bed, she wanted the world to know, “I am not being paid to do this as a hoax.”
About 15 minutes from launch, a boat had wandered into the waterway hazard zone, an area that must be clear for launch.
The recently discovered comet comes around just once every 6,800 years.
A team of Kake residents and students has been monitoring nearby waters to learn about impacts from climate change and the cruise ship industry.
A new program from the FCC is giving tribes across the country the opportunity to claim licenses within the 2.5 GHz spectrum that would allow them to provide broadband to their communities.
The hiatus in cruise ship traffic to Southeast Alaska is an opening for scientists to gather water quality data in harbors across the state.
State public health experts gathered Wednesday to discuss the latest science and the medical response to COVID-19.
The pilot project in the Second Judicial District, which includes Utqiagvik, Kotzebue and Nome, is part of the court system’s response to COVID-19.