Port Alexander bear making itself at home, whether anyone likes it or not

The community of Port Armstrong Alexander, on the Southern end of Baranof Island, has had a fall visitor, who is wreaking havoc around town. Bonnie-Sue...

Navy identifies remains of WWII sub near Kiska

The remains of a World War II submarine, the USS Grunion, have been officially identified by Navy historians. The sub sank near Kiska in...

Alaska News Nightly: October 10, 2008

The "Troopergate" report says Governor Palin abused her power. Also, a Judge orders the governor not to destroy personal e-mails that deal with state...

Alaska News Nightly: May 5, 2008

CORRECTION: When originally published, we titled this post as May 6 rather than May 5, 2008. Sorry for the confusion. Conservation organizations turned to the...

Alaska News Nightly: May 1, 2008

UPDATE, MAY 2: When originally posted -- and sent out via nightly e-mail -- we incorrectly identified Jake Metcalfe as "Ray Metcalfe" in the...

Wrangell Seafoods might be closed by city council

The Wrangell city council is considering foreclosing on Wrangell Seafoods, Inc. (WSI). The company wrote several bad checks to the city and is delinquent...

Alaska News Nightly: April 14, 2008

The fate of capitol and transportation projects is now in the hands of Governor Palin. State lawmakers approved the massive spending bills in the...

Correction

On Monday's Alaska News Nightly (17 Sep 2007), in a story on the Alaska Power Association meeting in Valdez, we wrongly attributed a quote...

Alaska News Nightly: September 20, 2007

Former state lawmaker Pete Kott offered an emotional apology to jurors today during his federal corruption trial in Anchorage. Plus, scientists think the...

Alaska power producers meet in Valdez; discuss renewable energy

The Alaska Power Association held its 56th annual meeting last Thursday and Friday in Valdez. The event was hosted by Copper Valley Electric Association....

Alaska News Nightly: September 17, 2007

Former state lawmaker Vic Kohring is working to have the federal corruption case against him dismissed. Plus, Alaska Native leaders react to a recent...

Dinosaur excavations underway on the North Slope

Scientists have successfully built a tunnel into the abundant fossil dinosaur deposits along the Colville River on the North Slope and are taking out...