Christina McDermott, KDLG - Dillingham
The Wood-Tikchik State Park's council, formed in 1978, is among boards and commissions targeted in 12 executive orders from Gov. Mike Dunleavy.
Kanakanak Hospital staff say the shooter tried to enter the emergency department Sunday then fired shotgun shells, some of them at parked cars.
Worker shortages are driving restaurants to serve fewer tables. Some seafood processors say that’s hurting their bottom line.
James Cockrell says profitability fuels the drug pipeline to Alaska, after Bristol Bay saw three fentanyl overdoses – one fatal – in a single summer week.
Advocates say that until 2018, no one institution had put together a statewide list of cases involving missing and murdered Indigenous persons.
Kelly Coopchiak, 25, had been fishing with her uncle on the Nushagak River before leaving alone in her uncle’s boat. She was reported missing Oct. 9.
Dan Barr has spent roughly four decades fishing Bristol Bay — half of them as president of the Bristol Bay Driftnetters Association.
Kelly Coopchiak, 25, and Alexander Henry, 31, remain missing after the four incidents. Four other boaters are dead, with two more rescued.
Voters worldwide will decide the winner of Katmai National Park’s Fat Bear Week, after a summer of bears packing on pounds for hibernation.
Gunnar Knapp, who spent decades studying Bristol Bay’s salmon markets, discusses the pricing relationship between fleets and processors.
Joshua Wahl, 31, is charged in the deaths of Dillingham residents Timothy Evans, 31, and Jennifer Gardiner, 32.
Some Bristol Bay fishing captains are seeking more open negotiations with processors, after Trident Seafood's 50-cent-per-pound offer this year.
The Curyung Tribe and recycling firm Net Your Problem are collecting old fishing nets in Dillingham and Naknek to be remade into new goods.
In May, Fish and Game shot 94 brown bears, five black bears and five wolves in a calving area for the Mulchatna caribou herd.
Darigold’s ultra-pasteurized 64-ounce cartons are now 59 ounces, meaning WIC participants can no longer buy them with program funds.
Bristol Bay’s Native languages — Yup’ik, Alutiiq and Dena’ina — are thousands of years old, and carry with them distinct worldviews.