While you worry about global warming from the carbon dioxide build-up in the atmosphere above, vulcanologists are now warning that you should also be worrying about the heat that lurks below. They’ve […]
With one natural phenomenon already ravaging the globe in the form of the newly evolved SARS-CoV-2 virus, scientists are now warning they might have found the potential for another natural disaster far […]
This story is an edited version of the original. It was updated on Sept. 25, 2020 to reflect corrected information about what bear attack victim Austin Pfieiffer was doing at the […]
JEAN LAKE – Another big fire of the type many have been expecting since spruce-bark beetles devasted Southcentral Alaska forests in the 1990s has swept across the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge […]
Snow was falling on Anchorage on Monday, and the last couple black bears still roaming the urban edge of the nearly 2,000-square-mile municipality were thought be headed at last to dens where […]
Former Alaska Gov. Tony Knowles this week led an exodus from the National Park Service advisory board, and some Alaskans were celebrating. Welcome to the 21st Century of divisiveness on all fronts.
Once more a visitor to the north has gone missing in the Alaska wilds. This time, according to rangers at Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, it is 34-year-old Nick Larsen from […]