Unalaska is closer than ever to building a geothermal power plant on Makushin Volcano, but the project is facing investment challenges and the city is weighing its options.
The city saw gusts as high as 82 mph in the Potter Marsh area, leading to power outages for thousands of residents.
Between 2017 and 2019, pollock surveys in the Gulf of Alaska produced wildly different estimates.
More areas around Kodiak Island could become critical habitat for endangered North Pacific Right Whales
It’s estimated that less than 50 North Pacific Right Whales exist today in a range that extends from Hawaii to the southeastern Bering Sea and beyond.
Senators expressed concerns about several of Gov. Mike Dunleavy's 12 executive orders. The Legislature has until mid-March to reject them.
Analysts say estimates that the state could earn hundreds millions from leases are overpromising.
Stakeholders who have fundamental objections have little time for further negotiation, and little recourse but federal court.
Attorneys presented oral arguments in a long-running dispute over fishing rights on Alaska’s only Native reservation on Thursday.
Recent high winds and rapidly changing weather in Southcentral increase the potential for avalanches in the backcountry.
Anchorage roofing companies have been slammed with snow removal jobs amid record snowfall and a series of collapses.
An Anchorage nonprofit wants state regulators to force Chugach Electric Association to hand over detailed data on customers’ energy consumption.
Recent testing data from Knik Tribe scientists show paralytic shellfish toxin throughout the food web
Troopers say the teen escaped with only minor injuries Wednesday. The moose was shot and killed, as heavy snow has forced the ungulates into Anchorage.
Thursday's penalty came two days after the oil company was fined $452,100 over unauthorized injections into Prudhoe Bay Unit oil pools.
A heli-skier died after a slide pushed him into rocks. A snowboarder captured a separate avalanche on video.
The entire community was without electricity for more than three days, as subzero temperatures sapped the local generator's batteries.
The Wood-Tikchik State Park's council, formed in 1978, is among boards and commissions targeted in 12 executive orders from Gov. Mike Dunleavy.
“It’s a reflection of the plastic age we live in," said student researcher Tony Blade. "It’s ubiquitous."
Word of the Castner Glacier’s blue-tinted ice cave has spread far and wide, causing concern that its growing popularity is degrading it.
Body camera footage shows an unusually playful interaction between the cubs and two people who found them on a Florida road in December.
Permafrost thaw is creating opportunities for fungi and bacteria to thrive, transforming northern food webs, according to a new study.
A University of Washington team is testing whether fiber optic cable laid across Cook Inlet can help measure the region's earthquakes.
Utilities say a 25-minute outage early Thursday at the Eklutna Generation Station triggered outages across the Railbelt to prevent a blackout.
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