A powerful 7.8 earthquake struck the Alaska Peninsula late Tuesday, triggering a tsunami warning that sent residents fleeing to higher ground before it was called off without any damaging waves.
The rule change reverses an Obama-era ban on hunting methods such as baiting bears with doughnuts and shooting swimming caribou from a boat.
The worldwide death toll topped 200,000, according to a tally compiled by John Hopkins University from government figures. The actual death toll is believed to be far higher.
Iditarod dog sled racers will make it to the finish line without the support of fans, if race organizers get their way.
Alaska Airlines is offering rates for a low as $20 one-way for their two-day “March Forward,” sale.
The oldest son of President Donald Trump has received a permit to hunt and kill a grizzly bear in Alaska, officials said Monday.
A frantic search for four children, including a 2-year-old boy, who disappeared during a blizzard in rural Alaska ended with good news.
Marijuana shops in Alaska will be among the first nationally where onsite use would be permitted.
Utqiagvik, formerly known as Barrow, is located north of the Arctic Circle and experiences a phenomenon called the “polar night.”
A man survived more than three weeks in the rugged Alaskan wilderness after his remote cabin burned down. He was rescued last week by state troopers who spotted an "SOS" signal stamped in the snow.
Gribble, who's appeared on the Discovery Channel documentary series “Deadliest Catch," said the seven-member crew faced 20-foot seas, 40 mph winds and icy conditions.
Police in Alaska said they are investigating the case of two children who suffered injuries from walking in bitterly cold temperatures after being abandoned by their caretaker.
Alaskans have experienced both a record high temperature and a record amount of snowfall in the same day.
Officials at the University of Alaska Anchorage say each person could use PB&J payments for two citations issued within the past 45 days.
The city of North Pole, Alaska recently celebrated the re-election of its longtime local politician and world peace advocate, Santa Claus, who has just secured his seat on the city council for the next three years.
In one Alaska village, officials are barging in jugs of water and shutting off the public water supply 12 hours each day. In another, automatic flush toilets have been switched to manual flushing, and restaurants are serving meals on paper plates.
Many cities and towns in southern Alaska experienced record-breaking temperatures on the Fourth of July, according to the National Weather Service.
A brown bear walked into the kitchen of a fishing lodge in Alaska in search of a meal over the weekend and had to be put down when it showed no fear of humans.