An Alaska air carrier that suffered a cyber attack has experienced more disruption than initially projected, according to a company announcement.
Rasmuson Foundation is accepting applications through March 2 for project awards and fellowships for individual artists, groups and collaboratives.
A Seattle trade group is funding a third round of partnerships with the seafood industry to promote new product forms and new markets for wild Alaska Pollock.
A final environmental impact statement that will determine the future of a proposed copper, gold and molybdenum mine abutting the Bristol Bay watershed in Southwest Alaska has now been delayed until the summer of 2020.
A powerful Alaska Native corporation is withdrawing from the Alaska Federation of Natives at the end of this year.
Interior Department officials are warning backers of the proposed Pebble mine to halt illegal use of insignia of federal agencies in advertising.
An Anchorage company has fired and disciplined workers after a video showed them throwing Amazon.com delivery packages to each other in a warehouse.
The Better Business Bureau recommends these tips to avoid military donations scams this holiday season.
The town of Yakutat doesn’t have very good internet. In schools, only a handful of students can get online at once. In stores, customers struggle to pay using credit card terminals that repeatedly crash. Nonetheless, it appears Yakutat is poised to leapfrog Cordova, becoming the most connected town in the region.
Efforts to introduce more commercial fishermen, Alaska Natives and fishing communities to seaweed farming continue to an Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation training program set for February in Kodiak, Ketchikan and Sitka.