A cargo storage and warehouse facility scheduled to open by the summer of 2022 at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is expected to offer the seafood industry new options for cargo transfer cold storage and value-added processing.
Federal fisheries scientists say they now have direct evidence for the first time that killer whales are preying on bowhead whales in the northeastern Chukchi Sea and western Beaufort Sea.
Update: New cases of the novel coronavirus continue to rise in Alaska, with an additional 112 cases reported on Friday, Sept. 18, 88 on Saturday, Sept. 19, and 94 on Sunday, Sept. 20, boosting the statewide total to 7,766.
A boost in the coho catch has increased the Prince William Sound 2020 overall harvest to 24.9 million salmon, as the fishery continued this week in the Copper and Bering river districts.
Native American Rights Fund attorneys are suing the Interior Department over its decision to allow oil and gas exploration on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, known to Gwich’in tribes as the “Sacred Place Where Life Begins.”
Kodiak Chamber of Commerce officials have rolled out the preliminary agenda for the 40th annual ComFish Alaska forums set for Sept. 17-18 in virtual format, with the advisory that all forum times and titles are still subject to change.
Projects on St. Paul Island and within the North Slope Borough are among 23 recipients of prevention grants awarded through the NOAA Marine Debris Program.
COVID-19 may have prompted a limit on physical travel during her second campaign for Alaska’s lone congressional seat, but independent candidate Alyse Galvin says she is getting a lot of mileage out of Zoom.
Sen. Dan Sullivan joined the U.S. Marine Corps in 1993, after earning a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center, and although he’s no longer on active duty, he’s quick to remind folks that “as a Marine, I am a colonel still serving.”
Update: Forty-three additional cases of the novel coronavirus were confirmed on Tuesday, Sept. 14.