Pinto abalones are valued for their meat — and more. They were traditionally used for trade, and their shells are used in artwork.
The Federal Reserve is expected to raise its benchmark interest rate by another three-quarters of a percentage point amid fears of a looming recession.
The pilot and passengers were able to exit the crashed plane on their own, and nearby good Samaritans jumped into the water to help them out.
Alaska state health officials are educating public health nurses and other health care providers in how to identify, test and treat monkeypox cases.
Barring write-in candidates, all five incumbents seeking reelection to the Juneau Assembly and Juneau Board of Education are running unopposed.
Deputy attorney general says opinion seeks balance that supports correspondence schools without supplanting public schools.
Alaska has the fastest rising opioid overdose rate in the nation. More than 200 Alaskans died from overdoses in the last year.
The amount of cash individuals can give to campaigns is unlimited this year, after an appeals court tossed out the relatively strict limits Alaska used to have.
Manchin said he was experiencing mild symptoms, while Murkowski said she was experiencing flu-like symptoms.
Seventy-seven-year-old David Hamilton says the situation demonstrated the value of medevac insurance.
Yukon River residents say they’re going broke trying to replace their missing subsistence food sources.
The study’s authors say that movement is increasing in one slide area, suggesting that “the failure event is approaching.”
The suit asks a judge to issue an order compelling the department to conduct surveys and draft plans for cleanup.
The crabs are shellfish predators, credited with the decline of the softshell clam fishery in Maine. They also uproot eelgrass beds, which serve as habitat for herring and salmon.