Jacob Resneck, CoastAlaska - Juneau
Applications from fishermen will be accepted during a two-month window that opens March 1 with payments could come as early as June.
A final report released Jan. 28 by the National Transportation Safety Board says there isn’t enough evidence to explain how or why a twin-engine medevac plane plummeted from 2500 feet in just 14 seconds in 2019.
The Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission decides who gets commercial fishing permits. Commissioners receive six-figure salaries.
Why was Jason Vinberg shot to death by a special forces member at the Kodiak naval base on June 30? His family wants to know — and so do federal prosecutors.
A network failure on Monday evening has rendered the Coast Guard’s emergency VHF radio channel unreliable across much of Southeast Alaska.
Twitter said it made a mistake when it temporarily suspended the account of a political blogger who relayed a state legislator's false statements suggesting that the COVID-19 vaccine was harmful.
A large number of unfilled seats on the councils that manage Alaska's subsistence hunting and fishing has left advocates worried their voices won't be heard and confused about the process of filling those seats.
Alaska Marine Lines, a subsidiary of global shipping giant Lynden, posted a notice to customers Tuesday saying prices would rise 5% on all its routes.
New ferries will stay tied to the dock under Alaska Marine Highway’s ‘skeletal’ summer schedule proposal
Summer is peak time for the Alaska Marine Highway System, and the proposed five-month summer schedule just came out. Many communities will get only limited service and coastal lawmakers aren’t happy.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has twice defunded the Ocean Rangers through line item vetoes over the objections of state lawmakers.
Democrats filed a bill that would reverse the Trump administration’s decision to exempt the nation’s largest national forest from the 2001 rule that restricts road-building and other development.
Alaska’s first state ferry — the Chilkat — broke free of its moorings on Wednesday and sank during a windstorm in Anacortes, Washington.
LISTEN: With ‘A Shape in the Dark,’ Juneau author crafts thoughtful portrait of Alaska’s brown bears
“A Shape in the Dark: Living and Dying with Brown Bears” is a new book by Juneau writer and wilderness guide Bjorn Dihle. It’s a portrait of brown bears and their complex relationship with humans.
But the court declined to rule on the underlying questions of First Amendment free speech protections for shareholders of Alaska Native Corporations.
A coalition of Southeast Alaska tribes, fishermen and environmentalists argue the to exempt the Tongass from the Clinton-era Roadless Rule disregarded overwhelming opposition from Alaskans for the sake of a few hundred timber jobs.
When the coronavirus pandemic erased Alaska’s entire 2020 cruise season, it made the waters in Glacier Bay a lot quieter. Whales moved into some of the areas they'd been avoiding.