The EPA administrator for the region that includes Alaska advanced the agency’s veto proposal to the agency’s headquarters. Alaska is poised to sue if a final action is taken, the governor’s office said.

More than 1,000 domestic poultry and hundreds of wild birds have died or needed to be euthanized in the state since early spring.

The National Transportation Safety Board says the absence of cable markings is part of its investigation into the November crash that killed 46-year-old Palmer resident Joshua Seagrave.

The festival runs from Dec. 2-11 with three programs of “Made in Alaska” short films and a pair of feature films.

A suspect police described only as a “male juvenile” was in custody at McLaughlin Youth Center as of Wednesday evening.

A bill to avert a freight rail strike now heads to President Joe Biden’s desk.

The world’s largest volcano oozed rivers of glowing lava , drawing thousands of awestruck viewers who jammed a Hawaii highway that could soon be covered by the flow.

Thirty-four mushers have registered so far for the 2023 race, which would make the field among the smallest in history.


None of Alaska’s 62 legislative and statewide races changed leaders as members of the multipartisan state review board examined unofficial results for accuracy.

Gardening columnist Jeff Lowenfels promises Mary Peltola’s staff that his suggestions are easy to care for.

A woman and dog also on the boat were rescued after being stranded on a rock for more than 24 hours.

Also, UAF is sending a trio of distance runners to compete for the women’s title.

They play, based on the death of gay college student Matthew Shepard in 1998, has been performed worldwide over the past two decades.

The administration had wanted a court order that would have allowed the program to take effect even as court challenges proceed.

There is danger lurking on the seafloor for mussels, snails, clams, worms and other cold-water invertebrates, according to a new study led by NOAA scientists.

The Assembly added about $3.6 million to the mayor's $583.6 million spending plan.

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