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Donald Trump Jr. was granted the permit to hunt north and east of Nome later this year, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game said.
The National Transportation Safety Board called for the formation of a group to better review, rank and integrate Alaska’s unique aviation needs into the federal safety enhancement process.
The moose survey runs from Friday through Sunday. Citizens can call, text or visit the Fish and Game website to report moose sightings.
Troopers said Dick Itumulria of Manokotak has been charged with second-degree murder for beating a fellow village resident with a board.
The Center for Biological Diversity petitioned for additional protections for the 400 harbor seals that live at Iliamna Lake in Southwest Alaska.
The groups contend that NOAA’s authorization for Hilcorp Alaska to “take” marine mammals incidental to its operations is harming the whales.
Environmental groups and women from Alaska and Louisiana are asking a federal court to make the Environmental Protection Agency set new rules for use of oil spill dispersants.
A biennial NOAA survey in 2018 estimated the population of the white whales at 250 to 317.
Curtis Phelps at first couldn’t get his wife or daughter to answer their cellphones to let him know whether the moose had moved away.
A Wasilla man suspected of stealing catalytic converters from at least 21 vehicles has been charged with 52 felony and misdemeanor counts of theft, criminal mischief and trespass.
The state issued an air quality advisory Tuesday for the communities of False Pass, Cold Bay and King Cove.
Williams Alaska Petroleum has been ordered to pay millions in damages for releasing large amounts of a refinery solvent into groundwater and polluting residents’ drinking water wells.
Both children suffered cold-weather injuries in temperatures that dipped to 31 degrees below zero in the village north of Fairbanks.
The online registry is the culmination of nearly three years of gathering and researching cases overseen by police agencies statewide.
Five Seward residents have been charged with first-degree murder, second-degree murder and manslaughter in the Aug. 25 death of Preston Atwood, 21.