There's only one thing that scares me more than getting lost in the woods, and that's getting lost in the woods with six children. Libby Bakalar
Peter Williams of Sitka is a hunter-designer-entrepreneur with an unusual ethic. “My business is not separate from my activism,” he said. “It’s not separate from my spirituality, it’s not separate from my culture.” Ross Perlin

Police say six people in Juneau, Alaska, have died from heroin overdoses in the first ten months of 2015. Resident's speak out about how this problem began began, who was affected and the impact it continues to have on their city.

Marc Lester
Federal prosecutors say a father and son from Wrangell pleaded guilty to wildlife charges for intentionally misreporting where they’d caught thousands of pounds of halibut.Jerzy Shedlock
The pair of Canadians was fortunate the weather they encountered was largely favorable, with stretches of flat seas and sunshine for half their four-day paddleboard trip. Mike Campbell
Scientists completed a necropsy on a female killer whale that washed ashore Friday in Southeast Alaska but the cause of death remains unknown.Suzanna Caldwell
A seal pup found abandoned and sickly on a Juneau-area beach this summer has been released back to the wild after undergoing rehabilitative care.Becky Bohrer | Associated Press
Loggers are cutting thousands of acres of old-growth trees on Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska, and it has led to an intensified debate over the fate of wolves that call the island home.William Yardley | Los Angeles Times
“Tell them to stick their nose back in their own business and leave us alone,” said an organizer of a long-running "slave auction" charity event at a Sitka bar, in response to an Anchorage NAACP call to change the "inflammatory" name. Michelle Theriault Boots
Though ice and snow might dominate outsiders' perceptions of Alaska, the water that flows through the state's rivers and the rain that falls from its skies create real connections for many Alaskans.Katie Bausler
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