The green, green grass of October is marking the development of a Brave New Season for the residents of Alaska’s urban core. In a land that usually transitions rapidly from summer […]
On the day the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of the United Nations publicly revealed its special report warning of an impending global-warming catastrophe, the daily temperature in Alaska’s largest city […]
Not a seal
Trending today, the seal that isn’t. Fox News got it wrong. CNN – “Seal attacks kayaker with octopus” – got it wrong, too.
As Alaska’s urban core speeds toward the end of an unusually warm and dry September, the Centers for Environmental Information are suggesting there is more of the same to come. “The temperature […]
A News Analysis If Alaska commercial fishing interests think they now have problems with tariffs stemming from the simmering trade war with China, they best not look too far into the future […]
A girl on a boat
UPDATE: The Port of Anchorage says that one of its employees was at the tiller of the boat on which KTUU’s Rebecca Palsha was filming and no whales were disturbed. Port spokesman […]
Alaska to NYT
UPDATED: This story was edited on Aug. 23 to the include the reports of phenomenal sockeye salmon fishing on the Copper River. The bar graph was also reversed to avoid confusion over […]
China might have decided against imposing tariffs on Alaska salmon off which Chinese businesses make an estimated $1.5 billion, but the Trump administration has taken a different view. As part of President […]
Bad news good
Get out the shorts and the sun tan lotion, the U.S.National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association has joined Environment and Climate Change Canada in predicting global warming is about to revisit the most […]
More bad news came Thursday for usually salmon-rich Alaska. Weekend king salmon fisheries on the creeks of the lower Kenai Peninsula are being shut down with the fishing season just getting underway.