Kirsten Dobroth, KMXT - Kodiak
https://youtu.be/2mEWnN1uRKM A local food hub has spouted Port Lions on Kodiak Island, bringing with it increased food security. The archipelago is now home to six community and tribally owned farms. The idea is to connect...
NOAA Fisheries announced its National Seafood Strategy on Wednesday. It's the first one aimed at addressing the commercial fishing industry's needs.
Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development data suggests food prices in Kodiak could be the highest in the country.
DriX, a new marine drone, is being tested out this summer to help survey fish populations in the waters off Alaska’s coast.
Programs aimed at cleaning up marine debris in Alaska are getting a funding boost from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
A sweeping 180-page report details a variety of safety concerns at the Valdez Marine Terminal, many of them reported by employees.
Fredrick Fangonilo was arrested and charged Wednesday with third-degree sexual assault in the March 2022 incident.
One gardener’s ambitious plan to plant half a million carrots is growing Kodiak’s local food movement
You could say Dave Jackson is Kodiak’s carrot kingpin.
10 billion snow crabs disappeared from the Bering Sea. Scientists and fishermen are working to learn why.
Such a large, sudden die-off and a lack of sea ice were a red flag for scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The lawmakers discussed the challenges faced by Alaska’s fishermen in a remote address to Kodiak’s annual commercial fishing trade show.
Daily forums aimed at identifying and stopping an opioid overdose will include instructions on how to use the overdose-reversing drug.
Grocery store shelves in Kodiak were bare this weekend after rough weather delayed food deliveries to the island.
ABL Space Systems is still investigating the crash, but says the rocket rose more than 700 feet before its engines shut down 11 seconds after launch.
Kodiak’s Tanner crab season started two weeks late, after the entire fleet refused to go fishing because of low prices from local processors.
After two weeks of staying at the dock, Kodiak’s Tanner crab fleet is finally going fishing after crews and processors agreed on a price.
Kodiak crabbers voted Sunday to press pause on the Tanner crab season altogether until they get a price from canneries they think is fair.