Shelby Herbert, KFSK - Petersburg
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski said the funds, largely intended to replace the ferry Tustumena, represent “a big, fat deal” for Alaskan ferry riders.
Science teacher Alice Cumps' class, in which students help hatch salmon into the wild, offers university credits and has kids competing to get in.
The storm that caused Monday's deadly landslide in Wrangell also triggered slides near Ketchikan and knocked out Coast Guard radio relay towers.
First responders to Coast Guard helicopter’s crash were the Southeast Alaska fishing crew it came to rescue
The crew of the Lydia Marie say they heard the rescue helicopter's rotors, as their vessel was taking on water late Monday night — then silence.
The Coast Guard says all four crew members were rescued and flown to Petersburg for initial treatment, then to Seattle for additional care.
The family wants to hold employers more accountable for negligence, which could affect thousands of Alaskans working dangerous jobs.
Hunters harvested 141 bulls, nine more than the previous record set.
A nearly 100-year-old wooden boat in Petersburg has become a staple of the tight-knit local music scene.
The U.S. Forest Service has authorized Netflix and the BBC to shoot the second season of “Outlast” in Little Duncan Bay, southeast of Petersburg.
Dieter Klose said it wasn’t love at first sight — or first summit. His enchantment with the Southeast Alaska mountain grew over the course of his life.
The Southeast Alaska community hopes the project will preserve an important food source and keep traditional knowledge alive.
Scott May and Andrew Simmonds took different miles-long routes to swim the sound days apart, but both feel a kinship after the feat.
The new Southeast Alaska Birding Trail is a free virtual guide to 18 communities across the bird-rich region.
People in Southeast Alaska are starting to see smoke from Canada's record-breaking wildfire season — and there’s more to come.
Petersburg hosted the Little Norway Festival in May, and two weddings in early June. Tourists are now arriving on cruise ships as well.
Petersburg-based fisherman Ashon McCay — who performs under the name Lil Realist X — sometimes even raps about fishing.
The April 30 text marks the first use of a two-year-old system police say is vital for areas people can't call 911 from.
U.S. Forest Service recruiters say economic conditions are making it hard to recruit and retain Alaska employees who come from out of state.
Molly Parks' family is hoping to change state workers' compensation law, after the Alaska Supreme Court dismissed their lawsuit in the 2016 crash.