With a range from the tropics to the poles both north and south, and an ever-growing population, homo sapiens have demonstrated themselves the most adaptable, four-limbed species on planet Earth, and the […]
News analysis Six months into the worst pandemic to sweep the globe since the Spanish Flu more than a century ago, it should now be clear to everyone that the SARS-CoV-2 virus […]
The SARS-CoV-2 virus might have upended the world, but in Alaska’s largest city, some things haven’t changed. Summer is back and along with it the bears. They are seemingly everywhere, though […]
Update: This story was edited on April 18, 2019 to include some more video embedded below. The hills were alive with the sound of electricity for young Bugs Crocker in the Front […]
Before ice-covered Portage Lake east of Alaska’s largest city came alive this week, skater Paxson Woelber heard the ominous crack of a glacier near its head as did the acquaintance standing […]
The Canadians have come up with a uniquely Canadian way to save journalism: Let government do it.
UPDATE: Despite what a state website might say, a spokeswoman for the Division of Public Health says it no longer hands out safety reflectors for children. For those on foot or […]
Another pedestrian has been hit and killed in the dark on an Alaska roadway, bringing to four the number of people to die in this manner in the last six weeks. […]