Work, eat and sleep. For two weeks, that's all the Alaska-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team did during its trip to Long Island, New York. The city and portions of the Northeast are still recovering from Superstorm Sandy.
Jennifer Stenga started crying when she got the call. She said she was just so excited. The person on the line told her she had been accepted to compete - during halftime of the Pac-12 Football Championship - for $100,000 in tuition money.
After four months of digesting research and presentations, the Anadromous Fish Habitat Protection Task Force will start the process of forming and shaping recommendations generated by its various members.
The legacy of World War II continues to play out in strange ways. As veterans returned home to the U.S., including many who homesteaded in Alaska in the 1940s and 50s, they helped give birth to what we now call the Baby Boomer generation.
Gov. Sean Parnell said his fiscal year 2014 budget would include $10 million as a "down payment" on a $30 million, five-year comprehensive Chinook Salmon Research Initiative during a Tuesday community meet and greet in Kenai.
The Alaska Wildlife Troopers have charged more than a handful of individuals for lying on their sportfishing licenses since late October and offenders thinking they avoided detection may soon find themselves in trouble, as troopers address suspicious cases throughout the winter.
“It keeps the tro...
It was a tough year for Dave Blackley.
He guided dipnet fishing trips, sockeye and trout fishing trips, anything he could do to accommodate clients who wanted to catch king salmon.
He still lost a third of his bookings.
While it’s hard to pinpoint exactly how much money a king salmon fisherm...