The facility received more than double the amount of seeds it usually gets each year.
Since Les Anderson landed a 97-pound Kenai king in 1985, the prized fish has been harder to find and smaller. Is there something we all can do to help reverse the trend?
Two-way communication will be just the tip of the dog turd for Alaska's Last Great Race in the era of improved mushing technology.
A biological overview, a graphic novel, a travelogue, a pictorial anthology and a children’s book offer a wide cross-section of volumes featuring the charismatic carnivore that calls Alaska home.
Events that had been cancelled or disrupted in recent years were back to normal Saturday.
Whether it's moose, seal or herring eggs -- Amy Foote is in charge of figuring out how to include it on the menu at the Alaska Native Medical Center.
Advice: Normally we never fight. But the second we attempt a real vacation, it’s like he's a whole new person.
The problem has to do with light. But there are ways to work around it.
The tourists won't be here for a while yet, but there are gray whales, package deals and more.
Market Fresh: Keep an eye out for fresh seafood options coming in from Southeast Alaska. The Gulf of Alaska catch continues to roll in, too.
Despite Iditarod "gag order," outspoken musher Monica Zappa says the race "can’t make me be quiet."
The old-timers say bad things happen in threes. I am not sure if this is true, but I do believe that bad doings bring out the best in people. It’s not that misery loves company, exactly, rather that suffering binds us together.
For thirsty Alaskans looking for a tasty ale after a long day’s work, the dilemma has become deciding which of hundreds of beers from dozens of breweries to try next.
Researchers are hoping to bring to light more mysteries about Alaska's bat population, especially if the six species that live here migrate south come winter.
Kim Sunée: You can throw in everything from shrimp and oysters to cod and clams.
Alaska from Scratch: For salsas, your fruit doesn’t need to be too terribly ripe. In fact, berries that are a little on the firmer side can be better.
The medical healing properties of soup seem to be up for debate. But one thing not up for discussion? The comfort factor.
Myths surround the history of the Mat-Su marijuana strain that once defined Alaska cannabis.
Gov. Bill Walker's second annual Alaska-grown reception features flown-in pig and vegetables from across the state.