A group that favors a Valdez LNG terminal told regulators that Cook Inlet is too inhospitable for a new pipeline.
Allison Dunbar and Gabriel DeGange's relationship led them to start Far North Fungi, one of Anchorage's first mushroom-growing operations.
Just days after marking the birthday of founder Kim Il Sung with a massive military parade and missile test, there are concerns North Korea could stage a provocative missile or nuclear test Tuesday.
Maulings are rare, but biking increases your odds of injury in the event you encounter a bear at close range.
A trickle from the rocks at Mile 109 draws people who like its taste and like the fact that it's not treated city tap water. But is it safe?
What led to the tug's sinking north of Sitka last week remained unknown Sunday.
People in the St. Lawrence Island village honored health-care providers and celebrated 45 years of subsistence whaling.
City attorney Bill Falsey said that while the measure “raises significant legal and constitutional questions,” it satisfied ballot requirements.
Whether the crowd-counting system used at the March for Science is reliable enough for use at future presidential inaugurations is unknown.
Swans that summer north of the Brooks Range are East Coast birds in winter, while swans that breed in the wetlands of western Alaska are West Coast birds.
Thomas Chung's painting of actor Chris Evans holding Donald Trump's severed head was displayed for more than a month before the controversy erupted.