Yukon king salmon run may be too small for upriver subsistence

King salmon is a primary subsistence resource for residents along the Yukon River. And now many subsistence fishermen on the middle and upper part...

NEA Alaska delegates focus on state issues at national conference

The National Education Association annual meeting has thousands of delegates from across the country gathered in Philadelphia to discuss state and national priorities. The...

Greenpeace vessel stops in Kodiak

The Greenpeace vessel Esperanza was in Kodiak yesterday and will be in Old Harbor today as part of its tour of western Alaska. KMXT's...

Wooden shack in Barrow dates from 1881 polar expedition

Architectural historians will be in Barrow this month carefully analyzing a small wooden shack. The structure itself is nothing special but the story behind...

Two grizzlies shot in Fairbanks; expected to be the last of the year

Another two grizzly bears have been shot in the Fairbanks area. The sibling bears were taken Sunday night after getting into trouble on properties...

An Anchorage Fourth of July

Anchorage's Fourth of July is a crowd drawing, day-long event that begins with morning pancakes on the Park Strip and ends with late night,...

Mount Marathon women's victory goes to Cedar Bourgeois

A Seward woman has won the Mount Marathon title for the 4th year in a row. 31-year-old Cedar Bourgeois finished the women's race in...

An Anchorage Fourth of July

Anchorage's Fourth of July is a crowd drawing, day-long event that begins with morning pancakes on the Park Strip and ends with late night,...

Palin publishes natural gas pipeline project invitation

The state has invited anyone interested in developing a natural gas pipeline from the North Slope to Canadian and Lower 48 markets to send...

Bobrick takes the stand, describes web site front for Anderson payments

The Tom Anderson legislative corruption trial kept moving today as former lobbyist Bill Bobrick took the stand and answered questions about alleged payments to...

Canadian arctic ponds disappearing

A new study shows arctic ponds that have existed for thousands of years in Northern Canada are drying up. Biologist John Smol, from Queens...

Sheldon Jackson College closure draws reactions from more than 200 affected

Late last week, faculty and staff at Sitka's Sheldon Jackson College were informed they had lost their jobs because the school was shutting down...

Eklutna tribe seeks gaming rights

Tribal leaders near Anchorage are seeking a federal gaming permit to enhance economic opportunities. Eklutna officials want to operate bingo and pull tabs on...

Web Extra: Anchorage is Our Home (video preview)

Above is a 5-minute preview of the 26-minute video "Anchorage is Our Home," the new video from Healing Racism in Anchorage. We're providing it...

Web Extra: Patricia Partnow, Healing Racism in Anchorage

After the Thursday (6/28/2007) evening premiere of "Anchorage Is Our Home," KSKA's Len Anderson talked with Patricia Partnow from Healing Racism in Anchorage. She...

Locally produced racism video premieres

The premiere presentation of a locally produced video recently filled the theater at the Anchorage Museum of History and Art. The video was the...

Prosecutors lay out core of corruption case against Anderson

Today was probably the most important day for the government's corruption case against former state Representative Tom Anderson. Two witnesses prosecutors are counting on...

Senator proposes close observation of Massachusetts health care program

The state of Massachusetts yesterday began rolling out its universal health care system -- a mandate that everyone in the state have some form...

Department of Labor employees in Juneau file health grievance against State

Roof repairs are under way to stop leaks and mold at the Department of Labor and Workforce Development's building in downtown Juneau. But building...

Sea otter deaths in lower Cook Inlet may be related to flame retardants

For the past several years there has been an unexplained die-off of a segment of the sea otter population in lower Cook Inlet. A...