Angela Denning, CoastAlaska
Christina Florschutz says she had just taken a shower when the deadly Nov. 20 landslide swept away her home, leaving her husband missing.
The charges against Rocky Point Resort part-owners Walter Payne, 74, and Mikel Payne, 50, follow more than 50 counts filed against resort guides.
A new scientific paper shows that the pink salmon population is booming in the North Pacific Ocean — and global warming is helping it happen.
Locals have long opposed a nearby timber sale on state land, where the state has approved clear-cutting nearly 300 acres of old growth.
"This wasn’t even a top 10 event for Ketchikan," a meteorologist said of Ketchikan's Oct. 17 rainfall, which broke its record for that day.
Ketchikan's tribe is asking to change from urban to rural status — which would apply to all 14,000 residents in the Ketchikan Gateway Borough.
A judge approved Judy Zenge's request for an order against Brian Buchman, after an Aug. 30 altercation outside a Ketchikan mall Zenge manages.
Frank Robbins, the state wildlife biologist for the area, says moose are being harvested where they’ve never been before.
Hoonah is a small community on the northeastern side of Chichagof Island. The island has the world’s densest population of brown bears.
Important objects like ceremonial masks and drums are scattered throughout the collections of museums across the globe.
Black seaweed is a culturally significant delicacy in Southeast Alaska. But traditional harvesters say it hasn't looked or tasted right in recent years.
Three new ferries will be added to the fleet by the end of 2027. One of them will be a hybrid model, and one will be electric.
Nearly 700 sites along Tongass National Forest streams could obstruct fish from migrating, according to a new report from the U.S. Forest Service.
About 90% of Alaska’s goods arrive by ship or barge, and most of that comes via Seattle.
Biologists and others are hoping that a new phone app will encourage Alaskans to help map fish species living in the state's rivers and streams.
A timber company owned by Yakutat’s village corporation has filed for bankruptcy after a bank sued over $13 million in outstanding debts.
State and federal officers were involved in the investigations, including undercover officers posing as fishing clients.
Walter William Onstad, 45, has pleaded guilty to distributing child porn online, with Ketchikan police finding hundreds of explicit images on his phone.
Alecia Henderson, 27, faces seven counts in the April 22 collision, including two counts each of second-degree murder and manslaughter.