The water is so hot in Alaska it's killing large numbers of salmon CNN
Alaska has been in the throes of an unprecedented heat wave this summer, and the heat stress is killing salmon in large numbers.
Crews reopen Denali park road, tourist buses begin to return Anchorage Daily News
- Cillizza's Folly: CNN edits article criticizing purchase of Alaska in Greenland debate Washington Examiner
- Trump’s interest in buying Greenland is being mocked. So was the purchase of Alaska. Washington Post
- Summer heat bakes Alaska Aljazeera.com
- Trump's interest in buying Greenland is being mocked, but so was the Alaska purchase National Post
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Road crews have cleared one lane in Alaska's Denali National Park and Preserve, and buses were beginning to return about 300 stranded tourists back to the ...
Alaskan village looks to replace fossil fuels with water power Los Angeles Times
Residents of Igiugig, a Native village far from roads and off the grid, have tried for years to wean themselves off the diesel that fuels their electrical system.
More freak weather comes to Alaska, which has had an unprecedented summer Washington Post
Alaska has seen its warmest summer on record, and every aspect of the state's environment is impacted, from the southeastern temperate forests to the ...
Michael Krauss, Alaska linguistics expert, dead at 84 KTOO
Linguist Michael Krauss documented conversations with the last surviving speakers of Eyak, advocated for preserving endangered languages and created a ...
When biologists stocked Alaska with wolves Juneau Empire
Alaska had been a state for one year in 1960 when its Department of Fish and Game conducted a wolf-planting experiment on Coronation Island in Southeast ...
Alaska Stalker - best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape and political gossip Anchorage Daily News
Welcome to this week's edition of the Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted roundup of the best and worst of Alaska's social media landscape and political gossip.
Leaving Alaska: Thousands migrate for a strong Lower 48 economy KTUU.com
According to a study from the Alaska Department of Labor, when the economy is strong in the Lower 48 and unemployment is low, more people leave Alaska in ...
Alaska judge keeps bail at $1 million for Auburn man Lewiston Sun Journal
A judge on Friday refused to lower the $1 million bail set for an Auburn man charged with sexual assault and murder of a woman at a university in Fairbanks, ...
An Alaskan Women’s Shelter Is Sued for Turning Away a ‘Man in a Nightgown’ National Review
The municipality of Anchorage goes after the Hope Center for acting in the best interests of the women it serves.
Why some Alaskan salmon are dying off CNN
CNN's Allison Chinchar discusses the latest heat wave in Alaska and its impact on several varieties of Alaskan salmon.
Across Alaska, homeless shelters and services are bracing for reduced funding KTOO
With a capital budget passed, the Alaska Housing Finance Corp. said it will dole out checks to charities that have been trying to keep Alaskans off the streets.
Prep football kicks off in Alaska KTUU.com
The 2019 prep football season kicks off all around the state in Alaska. MK Burgess and Patrick Enslow have your highlights and more.
Alaska vs. the Lower 48 Juneau Empire
It's been 14 years since I moved as far from home as possible without having to exchange currency or mess around with power adapters. So I often take for ...