Craig Fleener, the governor's Arctic policy head, says communities could better adjust to climate change if hunting and fishing rules become more flexible.
The Native American Fish and Wildlife Society meets in Juneau May 20-22. Tribal experts will discuss climate change, subsistence and Arctic policy.
A budget shuffle means most Alaska ferries will be able to sail their scheduled routes this summer. But one ship, the 600-passenger Taku, will be tied up.
Alaska’s public broadcasters dodged a bullet when the Legislature’s regular session ended Monday.
A new forecast says current plans for logging younger Tongass trees will not provide enough wood to maintain the region’s timber industry. But a more aggressive approach might.
State officials recently released documents showing how much each legislator spent on travel last year. Sen. Bert Stedman is No. 1 and Rep. Peggy Wilson is No. 8.
The ferry LeConte will return to service at least a day later than expected. Thursday sailings have been canceled due to ongoing bow-thruster repairs.
We recently told you the story of an ancient, charcoal tree found beneath a pile of ash near Sitka. Tests show it's more than 13,000 years old.
A charcoal tree found embedded in pumice could help scientists learn more about Alaska volcanoes.
A collaborative effort involving government, environment and business interests has kept a construction contract in Kake. While it’s a small job, those involved say it’s a model that could be duplicated in other economically-strapped villages.