ANCHORAGE - Residents of a remote community in Alaska's Aleutians once again have access to scheduled flights that fill a void left when an airliner suspended service there in late October.
Downtown Juneau could a green facelift. The City and Borough of Juneau Lands Committee recently discussed the idea to enter Alaska's capital in the Greening America's Capitals program. The Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Policy, U.S.
A piece of Arctic and Antarctic history was scrapped on July 2 in Brownsville, Texas, a sad end for a noble ship that pioneered modern exploration and observation of the regions around both poles.
MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. - A county resident who once served on an historic U.S. Coast Guard ice breaker is now trying to keep that ship from being broken down and sold for scrap.
The National Transportation Safety Board says a preliminary report on the fatal Air Excursions plane crash near Juneau last week is slated to be published online Friday.
If Congress does not reauthorize the Federal Aviation Administration by midnight next Friday, the U.S.
USINSK, Russia - On the bright yellow tundra outside this oil town near the Arctic Circle, a pitch-black pool of crude stretches toward the horizon. The source: a decommissioned well whose rusty screws ooze with oil, viscous like jam.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Stuck in a financial pothole, Missouri's highway department has been selling equipment and eliminating employees to scrounge up enough money to repair its roads.
This editorial first appeared in the Anchorage Daily News: Two studies, an audit and an analysis should tell us something about the troubled expansion project at the Port of Anchorage - both what went wrong and how to put things right.
The USS/USCG Glacier is far from her prime and floating in a federal mothball fleet, but both of Alaska's U.S. senators have moved to get the U.S.
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