Local leaders say they hope it will make Metlakatla a better place to live and work.
The tree that crashed through a Juneau neighborhood this fall was older than the United States. Local naturalists say its rings tell us a lot about the life it lived.
The study used about 40 years of state harvest data to analyze the efficacy of using wolf and bear reduction to increase moose hunter success.
The cable runs from the Prince of Wales Island community of Coffman Cove to Juneau.
Another experiment aims to better understand a low-altitude, aurora-like atmospheric glow known as Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement, or STEVE.
Scientists are analyzing sounds from glaciers to predict exactly how quickly ice is melting and what that could mean for the rise in sea level.
Seismologist Natalia Ruppert chalks up the miss to not having enough seismic stations near Ketchikan.
A study – now in its eighth year – has found a remarkably diverse diet among the region’s wolf population.
Scientists say the ancient fish weir may support the theory that the Pacific coast was settled by people traveling along the shoreline, living off the sea.
It’s a facility that some claim has caused caribou to walk backward.