The University of Alaska is diving into broad social issues tied to salmon, with the hope of finding solutions to longstanding conflicts and future challenges.
The felony indictments against a former Board of Fisheries nominee have been dismissed.
Naturopathic physicians in Alaska want to be able to practice medicine as primary care providers.
After a number of people voiced concerns about the state’s salmon hatcheries, the Board of Fisheries has decided to dedicate a committee to learn more about them.
King salmon runs to the Susitna River aren’t looking good for 2018, leading to closures in both the commercial fisheries and sportfisheries of Upper Cook Inlet.
The state is targeting sea otters because of concerns about their growing population.
House Bill 321 keeps services running until ordinary budget passes Legislature.
Health insurer Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alaska is planning a multimillion-dollar investment into Alaska’s mental health and rural health care service.
Warming temperatures may force a move for Alaska’s hoary marmot, lecturer says.