The tribes are seeking protective action under the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909, the framework for resolving disputes over shared waters.
The 34 dog mushers signed up to run the next Iditarod Trail Sled Dog race are the fewest in the race’s 50-year-old history.
Both the House and the Senate have passed the Respect for Marriage Act, which codifies same-sex and interracial marriages.
The study is the latest piece in a puzzle scientists are trying to solve about why the endangered population of Cook Inlet belugas is not rebounding.
This week, the Anchorage Daily News reported that unusually high rates of flu and respiratory syncytial virus are filling pediatric units at hospitals across the state.
A state Department of Transportation spokesman said it was Anchorage’s heaviest snowfall in more than 20 years.
That one seat, according to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, is a bit of a game changer for Democrats. “The truth is it’s not a 1% difference,” he said. “It’s a world of difference.”
Problems with the U.S. Mail caused ballots from six rural villages to be incompletely counted, officials said.
Though the ice on Mendenhall Lake is new, meteorologists expect it will freeze and thaw several times this winter. That will cause additional cracks and weak spots across the lake.
Huna Totem Corporation aims to complete construction on a 10,000-foot visitor center and a new cruise ship berth with a curved trestle by 2025, but there are many steps to go in the public process.
It’s the highest temperature recorded in Utqiagvik between Oct. 30 and April 22 in more than a century of monitoring.
Lisa Phu says there was a lot she didn’t know, and she’d been asking for years to interview her mother.