Warm water was big driver in historically low harvest

In a year woefully down on commercial salmon harvests, the Copper River catch proved the second lowest in 100 years, while the statewide catch...

Dunleavy, Young and Stutes claim victories in mid-term election

Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunleavy grabbed a 123,447-102,654-vote edge over Democratic opponent Mark Begich, with 98 percent of votes counted on Nov. 6, to...

Testing backlog of sexual assault kits could take 3-4 years

Department of Public Safety officials say it will take another three to four years to finish testing a backlog of 2,568 sexual assault kits,...

Tagaban to perform during NVE Sobriety Celebration

Tlingit storyteller, speaker, mentor, performer and counselor of the spirit Gene Tagaban will deliver the keynote address on Saturday, Nov. 10, during this year’s...

Warming PWS requires further study

Rapid environmental changes already impacting salmon populations require substantially more research into the degree of these changes, fisheries experts are telling a congressional committee...

Alaska: Home of 5 of nation’s highest threat volcanoes

In its first volcano threat assessment update since 2005, the U.S. Geological Survey includes five Alaska volcanoes among the 18 very highest threats in...

Cordova Ikumat Dance Group performs at Quyana Alaska

The Cordova Ikumat Dance Group was in the spotlight in Anchorage on Oct. 18, as one of more than a dozen Native dance groups...

Wind storm sends 100-foot boat adrift and marina building to the ground

A wind storm with gusts hitting nearly 100 miles an hour beat down on Cordova on Oct. 23, setting the anchored Polar Bear adrift,...
Gov. Bill Walker delivers his fourth State of the State address in Juneau. Photo courtesy of the governor’s office

Alaska Gov. Walker suspends campaign

Gov. Bill Walker ended his bid for re-election on Oct. 19, in the midst of the annual Alaska Federation of Natives convention in Anchorage...

Alaska tribes, state officials denounce Indian Child Welfare Act ruling

As Alaska moves to strengthen ties with tribes over foster care and adoptions involving tribal children, a new federal court ruling out of Texas...

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