Two boaters missing near the mouth of the Kuskokwim River in Southwest Alaska have been found uninjured, troopers said.

Sean Doogan
A search continued Tuesday for two overdue boaters last seen in the Kuskokwim River village of Napaskiak on Sunday night. Alaska Dispatch News
The die-off was spotted in mid-July, when warm temperatures and low water levels led to some dead, unspawned fish turning up in parts of the remote Northwest Alaska river.Suzanna Caldwell
The Southwest Alaska community with only 240 residents is finally getting a bridge connecting both sides of town, after numerous deaths crossing the lake prompted villagers to first ask 40 years ago.Suzanna Caldwell
The problem of suicides in the Western Alaska hub of Bethel is getting new attention after a troubling cluster of deaths in the town and nearby villages in recent months.Lisa Demer

Kwethluk's skatepark injects a hip skateboarding scene into a rich, traditional Yup’ik Eskimo culture where the modern sport of choice long has been basketball and families still get salmon, moose and berries for their winter’s food.

Lisa Demer,Loren Holmes

Kwethluk's skatepark injects a hip skateboarding scene into a rich, traditional Yup’ik Eskimo culture where the modern sport of choice long has been basketball and families still get salmon, moose and berries for their winter’s food.

Lisa Demer,Loren Holmes
Kwethluk's skatepark injects a hip skateboarding scene into a rich, traditional Yup’ik Eskimo culture where the modern sport of choice long has been basketball and families still get salmon, moose and berries for their winter’s food.Lisa Demer

In the wake of the school closing in Cold Bay, a shrinking town just a short hop from the Aleutian Islands, 13-year-old Wake Kremer has become the last school-age kid in town.

Michelle Theriault Boots,Marc Lester
In Cold Bay, a shrinking town just a short hop from Alaska's Aleutian Islands, 13-year-old Wake Kremer has a lot of freedom. He drove a pickup and ran a business before he was a teenager. But last month, after the closure of the town school, the mayor flew out with his twin boys in tow, and Wake Kremer officially became the last school-aged kid in Cold Bay. Is there a future for this remote Alaska outpost? Michelle Theriault Boots