As winter approaches, Alaskans who lost homes in the McKinley Fire race to rebuild. It isn't easy.
Rep. Dan Ortiz (I-Ketchikan) traveled to British Columbia to meet with Canadian officials to find ways to salvage ferry service with Canada.
Payments in lieu of taxes from the federal government help support communities around Alaska. But the payments are discretionary, which makes it hard for cities and boroughs to plan — and local leaders are now asking Congress take a longer-term approach.
This has been Nome’s busiest cruise season to date, leaving some residents to wonder what that means for the future.
The Kenai Peninsula village is one of six Alaska communities that have dealt with water shortages this summer, a season of record heat and dryness.
Discussing Alaska as a place to invest this week at a gathering of international of sovereign wealth funds. Also: Military mountaineering with Uzbek soldiers at a northern warfare training center in the Interior.
Tribal agencies are set to receive $5 million for equipment and hiring, with another $6 million is set for infrastructure and hiring in rural communities.
Alaska regulators are considering whether the state should continue replenishing a rural telephone and internet service fund or shut it down.
Affordable energy and access to high-speed broadband is essential for engaging in modern commerce, education, telemedicine and for economic development initiatives. How is the rural energy infrastructure need being addressed?
Across Southcentral Alaska and the Aleutians, some 3,000 service members are participating in the joint forces Arctic Expeditionary Capabilities Exercise this month.
The charges against the company and its subsidiaries stem from an alleged 2014 incident involving workers from UIC Construction
It was the first time the annual meeting has been held in the United States, and it offered a unique chance for the state to pitch itself as a great investment opportunity to wealth managers from across the globe.
While showing Alaskans new ideas they rarely have access to, the conference — In Our Own Voices: Culture/Identity — was also designed to provide visitors with an Alaskan experience.
This is the third year the state has used this test, and the scores aren't much changed.
The State of Alaska has filed felony criminal charges against an oilfield services company on the Kenai Peninsula. An Anchorage grand jury indicted Baker Hughes and John Clyde Willis on 25 felony counts of assault.
‘The ice should have been safe’: International panel gathers climate change stories from Western Alaska
Representatives from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) were in Nome and Shishmaref this week to collect feedback for an upcoming report.
Since June 2018, NOAA has documented 282 dead seals in the Bering and Chukchi Seas, and close to 300 stranded seals.
A female cruise ship passenger suffered a minor injury after falling while being charged by a bear on Mount Ripinsky Wednesday.
Two hundred and twenty-five members voted to block oil development in the refuge, while 193 voted against the bill.
The local clothing and gear shop opened in 1969, a time when Petersburg was mostly run by women while the men were away fishing.