The Associated Press
If developed, the field on state land east of the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska could significantly boost the flow of oil through the trans-Alaska pipeline system.
They hail from their states' most prominent Republican families. They have been among the GOP's sharpest critics of former President Donald Trump.
It’s not clear what disciplinary actions the two officers faced, if any, because the department is treating it as a confidential personnel matter.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is the highest-ranking American official to visit the self-ruled island in 25 years.
The new voting process ends party primaries and institutes ranked voting in general elections.
Troopers say their investigation determined that a 15-year-old boy shot three siblings and then himself.
Murkowski is vaccinated against COVID-19.
Troopers says evidence at the scene indicates the child and vehicle had been abandoned on Tuesday.
“It is not a season-ending event," said fire information officer Jose Acosta. "This will cause a lull in fire activity that could easily pick up.”
A construction crew found Lulu in salmonberry bushes after initially confusing her for a bear.
The wind-fueled growth of the Clear fire Wednesday prompted urgent calls for residents of a nearby subdivision that had been under a long-standing evacuation call to leave if they hadn’t already.
“When they attempt to appropriate our assets abroad, they should be aware that we also have something to claim back,” Vyacheslav Volodin said during a meeting with lawmakers.
The charges include driving under the influence and refusing a chemical test after a weekend traffic stop near Soldotna.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is extending by two months the public comment period on its proposed restrictions that would block plans for the Pebble Mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay region. The agency in...
The ship hit part of an iceberg on Saturday near Hubbard Glacier in Alaska.
The Cessna 150 on a training flight was attempting to return to Merrill Field Airport.
The event is in its sixth year and draws contestants from across the country with a goal of being first to get from Port Townsend, Washington, to Ketchikan, Alaska, on a non-motorized vessel that is completely self-supported.
In Juneau and Anchorage, toward the end of 2021, five homes were sold for every one listed, the report said.