The person driving the pickup Saturday was traveling with Maj. Michael "Cal" Gentry and another airman as they cycled from the Fairbanks area to Central.
The proposed 1.5% fish tax on all processed fish in the borough passed with overwhelming results, with 153 yes votes to 73, according to unofficial election results.
How many photos do you figure you shoot out the window when you take a trip? 5? 10? 20? How many of you take a picture every three seconds? KUCB’s Zoe Sobel caught up with a helicopter crew of modern mapmakers who shoot 3 to 5 thousand photos a day. Download Audio
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A long procession of Alaskans signed up to testify Tuesday over the future of the state’s ferry system.
USFWS is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information about the illegal killing of walruses in the Bristol Bay region.
Police Department spokesperson Jennifer Castro said a tip allowed officers to obtain search warrants, which led them the cache of drugs--estimated to be worth $111,000 at the street level.
For 22 years, the Points of Light Youth Leadership Institute, or PYLI, has worked to add in an important skill set for children: leadership.
“The creativity of Alaska Native communities has helped you adapt during the COVID-19 pandemic," Sec. Alex Azar said.
Four people were safely evacuated from a drilling platform in Cook Inlet that caught fire Thursday morning. Download Audio
State officials are investigating whether a charter helicopter spilled fuel near a Kenai Peninsula oyster farm in Jakolof Bay.
After federal pandemic benefits expire, unemployed Alaskans wonder how they’ll survive on $500 a month
There were roughly 52,000 Alaskans who would have qualified for the $600-a-week federal benefits during the last week of July, the first one in which those benefits ran out. That represents about 15 percent of the state's workforce.
Why was fire prevention funding used on the Roadless Rule process in Alaska? Congress members want to know.
A United States senator from Michigan and a representative from Arizona want an investigation into why federal dollars typically used to prevent wildfires were given to the State of Alaska to work on the Roadless Rule.
Two four-wheelers carrying five men leaving Bethel broke through needle ice on the upper end of Church Slough on Sunday night. Two of the men died, while three others were treated for hypothermia in Bethel.
The Carrs grocery store at the Northway Mall in Airport Heights is going to be closing its doors next month. This is the second anchor tenant to leave the 40-year-old mall recently, after Joann Fabric and Craft left for a new location in Midtown.
The Palmer Project, a potential hard-rock underground mine was the focus of a forum on water and mining attended by dozens of residents at the Alaska Native Brotherhood Hall in Haines on Wednesday. Listen now
This week we're hearing from Benjamin Agimuk in Bethel. Agimuk is originally from Chevak and is part of several Native dance groups as a yuraq drummer. He performed at this year's Cama-i Dance Festival.
Isatchenko, who was killed in a hit-and-run last week, was known around Kodiak for her delicate demeanor and for communing with beings that others couldn't see.
According to a preseason forecast released Nov. 20, the estimated 2020 harvest is around 12 million fish, far below the 10-year average of 35 million.