Statewide News

News coverage from every corner of Alaska from the Alaska Public Radio Network.

A Southeast cultural organization is looking for relatives of a 10,300-year-old man whose remains were found in a remote cave. The Sealaska Heritage Institute...

Six weeks into Juneau’s electricity emergency, city residents have replaced, or just unscrewed, thousands of light bulbs. But many of Juneau’s brightest lights remain...

The ferry Tustamena and its services form an integral part of communities through out coastal Alaska. But many people don't know about the communities...

The onset of warm weather means more people are out boating, and the State of Alaska wants them to be careful.  This is “Safe...

Governor Sarah Palin announced today that after months of scrutinizing the details of the TransCanada proposal to build a natural gas pipeline, the state...

The governor gave the legislature a lot to look at during the upcoming special session next month, and they're already talking about it. Dave Donaldson,...

The Governor said her team's analysis shows the best interests of the state are better met by TransCanada Alaska's bid than by the other...

A federal government report out today raises questions about whether ANWR oil drilling would do much to lower crude oil prices in the future. ...

The conservation organization Cook Inletkeeper has joined with the Marine Mammal Commission in sending letters to the federal government requesting them to step up...

The 300-acre homestead fire that has been burning since Monday night near happy valley on the Kenai peninsula is now 60-percent contained. Mike Mason, KBBI...

The Homer community food pantry is low on food, in particular meat, fish and other perishable items. The shortage may be linked to the...

Sunshine greeted the crowds at the 50th annual Kodiak Crab Festival, which opened today  at noon. Casey Kelly, KMXT - Kodiak

The State of Alaska announced today it's planning to sue the federal government for listing the polar bear as "threatened" under the Endangered Species...

Tomorrow, Governor Palin plans to tell the public tomorrow what she wants to do about a gas pipeline from the North Slope. She will...

Firefighters are making some progress in bringing the 300-acre homestead fire on the Kenai Peninsula under control. Mike Mason, KBBI - Homer

With Memorial Day coming up next week, the summer driving season begins. This year, Congress and Bush Administration officials are more anxious about that...

The U.S. House today gave final congressional approval to a resolution by Senator Ted Stevens calling on the federal government to gear up for...

Anchorage car owners shouldn't assume the city is dropping its long-standing vehicle Inspection/Maintenance test. Last night, Anchorage Assembly Chair Matt Claman and other members...

The Port of Anchorage will continue to reinforce its security operations, thanks to a grant from the US Department of Homeland Security. ...