In the photo posted by KTOO.org, a smiling “River Wind,” aka David Cornberg, is standing on a sandbar along the Yukon River with a short-barreled shotgun slung over his left shoulder, but […]
Alaska’s largest city is leading the bust as the once-booming economy of the 49th state collapses in the wake of falling global oil prices, according to new report just out from the […]
Alaska moose hunter John Sturgeon won a major victory over the National Park Service Tuesday in a lawsuit that could have implications far beyond his use of a hovercraft in the Yukon-Charley […]
Part II of a two-part series: Part I examined the circumstances behind collisions involving dog-loving Nulato snowmachiner rider Arnold Demoski and two Iditarod dog teams — incidents that left two mushers shaken, […]
KNIK — Alaska is rich in stories of adventurers frostbitten and frozen along the fabled Iditarod Trail from Seward to Nome, but of late there seems often a strange, new weather concern: […]
FAIRBANKS — A thousand miles after his adventure began, the outlaw cyclist Jeff Oatley pedaled out of the vast, white, nothingness of the upper Yukon River valley into Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada […]
The United States and Canada once shared one of the friendliest borders in the world. No more, it would seem.