Efforts to sell an unused ferry owned by the Mat-Su borough continued Thursday Four officials from the Phillippines Navy, and a U.S. Navy advisor examined the ship during a demonstration outside of Ketchikan.
Educators often emphasize the importance of early childhood education, and on the campus of the University of Alaska Anchorage, a group of children ages three to five came together to learn skills teachers hope will last a lifetime.
Shell Oil has submitted a revised 2015 exploration plan for Arctic offshore drilling to federal authorities Thursday, amid questions about how quickly its latest proposal can be evaluated by the Interior Department.
The Alaska Libertarian Party nominee in the U.S. Senate race has informally dropped from the running, but party officials say they've been unable to reach him about sending a signed withdrawal letter to the state elections division.
Three Las Vegas men who allegedly smuggled kilograms of cocaine to Alaska have been indicted on federal charges, after prosecutors say one used his position as an airport employee to bypass Transportation Security Administration lines.