Desiree Hagen, KOTZ - Kotzebue
A large fish that fills freezers in Northwest Alaska could be in danger
Scientists are concerned that permafrost thaw could lead to declines in the sheefish population, a staple food for many Alaskans.
Most people don’t think of rural Alaska as a place to get fresh-roasted coffee. Bob Foster wants to change that.
Foster said his business has grown so fast, it's sometimes difficult to keep up.
The child care crisis is hitting rural Alaska hard
Kotzebue has not had a state-licensed child care center since the last facility closed in 2011. It's considered a "child care desert," like much of the state.
Kotzebue declares disaster after back-to-back blizzards, power outages and boil water notice
Kotzebue and the Northwest Arctic Borough have declared a disaster after a series of massive snowstorms battered western Alaska.