The spill puts the Kobuk River at risk, as well as the village's source of drinking water.
The boy’s paternal aunt had power of attorney. That side of the family pushed for him to be buried in Anchorage, where he died.
Industry, environmental groups speak out as Hilcorp paves the way for drilling in federal Arctic waters
The oil and gas company Hilcorp wants to build a gravel island in shallow waters in the Beaufort Sea, east of Prudhoe Bay. Listen now
A settlement will allow a descendant of the Cherokee Nation to wear some religious Native regalia while serving time in Alaska.
Chinese immigrants arrived before statehood and helped grow Alaska's wild salmon industry into the international, multi-billion-dollar economy that it is today.
Drillers are usually on the mountain at the Palmer Project north of Haines 24 hours a day seven days a week by mid-summer. But this year, Constantine Metal Resources announced a belated and quiet work season.
The spring break program is available to high school students age 16 and older. Accuracy with a Skilsaw is part of the course.
After concerns were raised about the safety of the Drift River storage facility located at the base of Mt. Redoubt, the energy company Hilcorp has started a project to ensure protection of the large oil tanks located there. But, the project first needed waivers from provisions of the Redoubt Bay Critical Habitat Management Plan.
Earlier this week, University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen wrote Alaska’s congressional delegation urging it to quickly resolve the Trump administration’s directive to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. Listen now
Longtime KYUK colleague Lillian Atmak Michael died earlier this month at the age of 64. She died on the Russian Orthodox holiday Pascha, also known as Easter.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority board met on Thursday to discuss the legality of its investment policy. The board’s decisions to independently invest $39 million of the Trust’s principal funds in real estate have recently been called into question. State statue reads the Trust’s principal is to be invested by the Permanent Fund Corporation, but the board and its legal counsel previously interpreted other statues and regulations to provide more leeway for investments. Listen now
While she’s a newbie to the Iditarod, Lyrek has already proven her mettle in long-distance dog mushing. At age 19, she won the 2019 600-kilometer Finnmarksløpet, one of the biggest races in Europe.
Last month, a lynx was spotted in Anchorage’s Airport Heights neighborhood, several miles from Far North Bicentennial Park. And on Friday, a resident captured a video of the animal walking along the Chester Creek Trail.
The University of Alaska Board of Regents have voted 9-1 to increase tuition. The board on Friday approved what the university system is calling the lowest increase in over a decade. The board, meeting in Juneau, approved UA President Pat Gamble's proposal to raise tuition by 2 percent for resident undergraduates and a 4 percent increase for non-resident undergraduates. Regents also approved a 2 percent increase to the graduate resident and non-resident rate.
If you make less than $21,722 or lost income during the pandemic, you could qualify for a $75 per month internet subsidy.
One area of confusion has been how customers need to prove a disability that might prevent them from wearing a mask to a store owner.
The bill repeals a section of law that spells out a process under which a court can grant permission for someone as young as 14-years-old to marry.
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A tugboat, known as Challenger, sank near Aurora Harbor around 3 p.m. on Saturday. Coast Guard Petty Officer Geno Kludt said the 96-foot wooden vessel was engulfed by water in about fifteen minutes.
The move is part of a broader effort to consolidate the Air Force's stock of F-22 Raptors as it makes way for new F-35s.