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Kodiak Daily MirrorKodiak is welcoming the return of gray whales during spring migration with a city celebration. The weeklong 17th annual Whale Fest begins this weekend. The Kodiak Daily Mirror reports (http://is.gd/l9tfRk) killer whales can be seen in waters...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Festive Events
KMXT Public RadioA Kodiak-bound vessel that went missing in the Gulf of Mexico more than 40 years ago has been found, resting under 9,000 feet of water. KMXT Public Radio reports Saturday the U.S. Coast Guard announced March 22 that the fishing vessel Katmai was...
Channel 2 NewsAn Alaskan passenger aboard a Carnival cruise that turned into a week-long odyssey after a Gulf of Mexico engine fire says the trip has provoked a sea change in his opinion of the company. Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson airman Darren Sample, along with...
The Chukchi and Beaufort Seas are believed to contain more recoverable oil than Alaska's Prudhoe Bay - and Prudhoe Bay, you'll recall, is the greatest oil find in North American history. So it was no small news today (Thursday) when -- for the first...
Channel 2 NewsA former Anchorage resident received 10 years in prison Tuesday in U.S. District Court for cocaine trafficking. U.S. Attorney Karen Loeffler’s office announced that 29-year-old Sergio Alonzo Enriquez was involved in drug shipments from Southern...
Channel 2 NewsRival Vessels are both sitting in the Port of Seattle tonight (Saturday). And both are on the verge of an historic mission. The first of those vessels consists of 2 unique drilling rigs -- refurbished by Shell Oil. They are the Kuluk and...
Channel 2 NewsA strong, long 7.9 earthquake with an epicenter in Guerrero state shook central southern Mexico on Tuesday, swaying buildings in Mexico City and sending frightened workers and residents into the streets. The U.S. Geological Surveyset the intensity...
Tags: Natural Disasters, Mexico City
The Associated PressThe Obama administration will cautiously open up more areas in the Gulf of Mexico and off Alaska's coast to oil and gas drilling. The drilling plans are much narrower in scope than what the administration had said it would consider prior to the Gulf...
Channel 2 NewsAnother delay was announced Tuesday for BP's Liberty project in the Beaufort Sea. The project, which employs directional drilling from a man-made island three miles offshore, has been criticized by environmentalists as too risky for the Arctic. Bloomberg...
Channel 2 NewsAlaska's U.S. senators pushed for the federal government to pave the way for drilling in the Arctic, at a Wednesday hearing held by the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Commission's final report. At the...
A presidential panel on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill recommended new rules and new spending to prevent future disasters in its official report Tuesday, nine months after the Macondo well became the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history. The...
Bill Weimar, a former Alaska businessman convicted in Alaska's political corruption scandal is now behind bars, facing sexual battery charges of a 6-year-old Florida girl. Sarasota County detectives say the international manhunt for Weimar ended...
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