The crash has pushed the crab fleet farther north while forcing places like St. Paul to consider major budget shortfalls.
The charges stem from federal and state investigators searching Neese’s home in December of 2019.
In 55 years, there have been just two other closures: once in the 1980s and again in the 1990s.
Alaska’s film tax credit program has gone from comatose to dead. Gov. Bill Walker signed a bill ending the subsidies on Monday.
The state Senate voted to dismantle the program, even as other tax credits are being considered.
If you watched the season premiere of “Deadliest Catch” last week, you might have noticed a line in the credits acknowledging the Alaska Film Office’s contribution to the show.
A recent episode of the Discovery Channel series Deadliest Catch could be used as evidence in a criminal case.
The Bering Sea’s most famous fishery is underway.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics ranks commercial fishing as the deadliest job in the United States. And despite the popular notion from reality TV’s Deadliest Catch, which features Alaskan crab fishermen, the most dangerous American fishery is in the Northeast.