Sisters bring the wildlife of Alaska's Copper River Delta to center stage with dance.
The projected harvest of 4.3 million reds in Alaska's Cook Inlet is 600,000 fish above the 20-year average harvest by all user groups.
The juvenile red king crab were released at Cozy Cove near the village of Old Harbor on Kodiak Island. The site was selected because it is well sheltered with plenty of red king crab habitat.
Led by a staggering pink salmon harvest that was a whopping 34 percent higher than the previous record, Alaska's commercial salmon fishermen landed 269 million fish.
Trout Unlimited says a U.S. Forestry decision will allow the Greens Creek silver mine in Southeast Alaska to expand without endangering sensitive fish habitat.
Two University of Alaska Fairbanks scientists demonstrate how sea ice loss has changed the marine food web, right down to the plankton at its base.
Copper River salmon are a hot item on restaurant menus from Anchorage to Seattle in early summer -- and at seafood counters, too.
Once believed to number 20,000 individuals, the population of critically endangered right whales is estimated to be as few as 30 animals in the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska now.
The Copper River Delta's mudflats are a critical stopping point for birds making their way north, and the Shorebird Festival puts attention on this important Alaska habitat.
New seafood products from Alaska, the Pacific Northwest and New England compete in the 2013 Alaska Symphony of Seafood for a chance to win a paid appearance at International Boston Seafood Show.
Want to witness the world's largest known gathering of brown bears? The McNeil River permit lottery is accepting applications now.
Since 2008, nearly 31,000 families have received energy ratings on their homes and the majority have followed through with the rebate program, each receiving an average check of more than $6,300 and saving more than $1,000 in annual fuel costs.
If the state overspends, it could face a severe fiscal and economic crisis after 2023 -- even if it adds revenues from natural gas production and new oil production.
The deadline for applying is March 31. On New Year's Day nearly 21,000 Alaskans had already filled out their applications online.
United Fishermen of Alaska has announced that Julianne Curry will take the helm as executive director this year.