News analysis Could what Alaskans often view as the big, bad, faraway federal government be poised to lead northern fisheries management back to where the founders of the 49th state wanted to […]
Instead of just arguing over who the worst scofflaws – motorists or cyclists – the Danes have taken a novel approach and actually studied road traffic. The results? The bad behavior of […]
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Sleep deprivation study raises questions about whether Alaska’s long Iditarod dog race with little sleep increases Alzheimer’s risk for mushers.
The slow death of local news media is helping fuel the steady growth of government, according to a new study by academics at the Universities of Illinois at Chicago and Notre Dame. […]
If you’re anywhere in Alaska bear country – and almost all of the 49th state is bear country – and you’re not carrying some sort of bear protection, you’re being foolish. So […]
Two years after a bitter and unproductive fight to remove what are sometimes called the “curtains of death” in Alaska’s Cook Inlet, a new study is suggesting the answer to […]
Wild animals still rarely prey on humans, but assaults by big-toothed, long-clawed critters are on the upswing in the developed world and if you are attacked odds are near 50-50 that you […]