State regulators reject new limits on organized events at breweries and distilleries

Brewers and distillers can now continue to host parties, classes and events such as First Friday in their tasting rooms.

Northern Bering Sea trawl survey shows fisheries in flux

NOAA Fisheries' summer trawl survey shows Norton Sound red king crab are moving, Arctic cod numbers have dropped significantly and Pacific cod are continuing to increase as the Northern Bering Sea ecosystem undergoes drastic change.

Dillingham woman is a semi-finalist to name celestial bodies after rivers in Bristol Bay

The International Astronomical Union is holding a competition to give the two a name — with the public casting votes through November 14 for the top three finalists. One of the 10 semi-finalists is a member of the Curyung Tribal Council in Dillingham.

Forest service audit of troubled Alaska timber sale program nears completion

The U.S. Forest Service audit and questions about it spring from multiple internal reviews the agency completed on the Big Thorne timber sale on Prince of Wales Island and the Tonka sale on Kupreanof Island near Petersburg.

A month after PenAir crash, Unalaska explores legal action against airlines over flight suspension

The City of Unalaska may consider legal action against the airlines involved in last month's fatal plane crash.
Above: Desirae Morgan and her cousin Tamara Stern-Morgan spend summers with their grandparents in the nearly abandoned mining town of Red Devil, Alaska. They would like to stay in Red Devil year-round but the school closed in 2009 after enrollment fell below state requirements. Desirae is legally adopted by her grandparents and has to leave them every Fall to attend school in the upriver village of Sleetmute where she lives with her math teacher. (Video by Katie Basile)

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