News analysis Just in time for the political season in Alaska, the administration of President Donald Trump has withdrawn and is reviewing a Department of the Interior decision on lands-into-trust that […]
Alaska Gov. Bill Walker was leading the Morning Consult ranking of U.S. governors on Thursday, but not in a good way. Still, he earned the first bullet point at the start […]
In a sign of the times, former Alaska gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunleavy took to Facebook “Live” on Thursday to reveal he is once again in the Republican primary race for the office […]
Bear spray, yes or no?
In the wake of a bear attack in which bear spray didn’t work, in a world with animal attacks trending upward, more than a few Alaskans are pondering the effectiveness of the popular […]
21st Century salmon
As Alaska struggles to maintain commercial productivity in its most-valuable, wild-salmon fisheries, competition in the fish market is looming on every horizon. Land-based salmon farms are popping up in odd […]
The 68-year-old president of the United Fishermen of Alaska – one of the 49th state’s most powerful lobbies – and three other commercial fishermen have been cited in Cordova for failing to […]
The hidden penis
Commentary In the painting that has stirred a touch of controversy in Anchorage, Alaska, a naked likeness of actor Chris Evans, the latest to play the comic-book hero Captain America, holds aloft the […]
Victim of the state
Once revered for world-leading skills at managing wild salmon, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game today finds itself under attack as incompetent as the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council begins court-ordered […]
Milo bombs Alaska
News commentary Lost your job? Tired of the hate from all the haters you’ve inspired? What ya gonna do? Road trip!
UPDATE: This story was edited on Apri 7, 2017 to reflect exact voter turnout numbers in South Anchorage Iraq war veteran Albert Fogle’s foray into Alaska politics ended in narrow defeat, but […]