Mike Dunleavy, the Republican governor of Alaska, could be facing recall in a special election after a state judge ruled that the effort to oust him could move forward on Friday.
Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski said she was "disturbed" after hearing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other top GOP senators were coordinating the impending impeachment trial with the White House.
Journalist Larry Persily, owner of the Skagway News, is giving away ownership of the paper to a person willing to move to the town of Skagway to run the paper's operations.
Wildlife officials say that the break-ins were unusual because there were no smelly items, such as food or trash, in the cars.
Placencia told authorities he knew nothing about the drugs and was planning on eating the goat's intestines which he had allegedly purchased from a California rancher for $140.
Tongass National Forest is one of the largest intact temperate forests in the world, covering an area of around 16.7 million acres.
Activists approached Alaska representative Don Young to ask him about foreign interference in our elections. He responded with a swift headbutt to their camera.
While dinosaur fossils have been found across Alaska, there are very few records of these ancient animals in the Alaskan Peninsula.
The attack took place along the 33-mile long Chilkoot Trail, which crosses through the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park into Canada.
Two people were critically injured after PenAir flight 3286 went off the end of the runway at the airport in Unalaska, in the Aleutian Islands off the coast of Alaska.
The bubbles are the result of magma being rapidly cooled by water as it shoots out of underwater vents.
New Iditarod CEO Rob Urbach has announced that he plans to meet with the animal rights organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), which has been highly critical of the dogsled race before, and devoted to ending its annual occurrence.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was sued by indigenous and environmental groups on Tuesday and Wednesday over a controversial gold and copper mine in Alaska. The groups say a Trump administration rollback of protections in the matter could endanger millions of fish in the Bristol Bay.
An Alaskan man has been arrested for murder after video and picture evidence was recovered from a memory card.
Scott Bradford, 55, and his son Casey, 21, were returning to their boat after a moose hunting trip when a brown bear emerged from the brush and attacked.
"Well, I guess I'll go sleep in the woods," Samantha Coyle said she thought after the homeless shelter denied her entry because she's transgender.
The state of Alaska is planning on appealing a federal court decision that says they cannot count unscheduled weeks for rotational workers against their accumulated leave time.
The Trump administration justified the expansion of drilling in the Arctic ircle, saying "there is not a climate crisis."
After a court ruling paved the way for nontraditional religions to take part, a "Pastafarian" pastor from the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster led prayers at a local assembly meeting in Alaska Tuesday.
The non-profit says that the Ambler Mining Road would disrupt Western Arctic caribou migration, cross over hundreds of rivers and streams, and interfere with the subsistence lifestyles of rural Alaskans.
At least one NRA director privately expressed concerns about the alleged extravagance of the Alaska trip.
The passenger—who has not yet been named—was rescued on Wednesday morning from the Oosterdam, a Holland America Line liner that was en-route to Yakutat, Alaska.
The attack, which was reported to state troopers at around 7 p.m., ended after the person's hunting partner shot the animal.
The latest moves could potentially open up more than half of Alaska's Tongass National Forest to logging, mining and energy projects.
An Alaska man found a message in a bottle that had been tossed into the water by a Russian sailor 50 years earlier, according to reports.
"This is the earliest date that large numbers of walruses have been confirmed on shore at Point Lay," said Andrea Medeiros, a spokeswoman for the the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Authorities sent a tug guard to escort the cruise ship back to Seattle.
Issues related to understaffing and lack of funding has forced the coastal town of Stebbins to drastically relax their hiring standards for police officers.