- Federal officials end plans for Alaska island feral cattle Updated: Apr-27-16 9:55 am
KODIAK, Alaska - Federal wildlife managers say efforts to remove a herd of more than 2,000 feral cattle on Chirikof Island that have long gone without caretakers have stopped due to funding issues.
- Kodiak aerospace complex still looks to fund new launch pad Updated: Apr-22-16 9:11 am
KODIAK, Alaska - Federal officials have cleared the way for the installation of a new launch pad at the Pacific Spaceport Complex in Kodiak, but the future of the project remains uncertain due to a lack of funding.
- Monroe the Bear gets a 'spa day' Updated: Apr-22-16 5:05 am
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Monroe the Bear just got treated to a makeover.
- Tustumena sailings cancelled for repairs Updated: Apr-13-16 9:27 am
KODIAK, Alaska - Sailings of the state ferry Tustumena will be canceled for the second time in as many years because of repair work that will keep it in the Ketchikan shipyard for 11 extra days, according to the Alaska Department of Transportation.
- Warm Alaska spring might be waking bears up early Updated: Apr-07-16 1:19 pm
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Warm temperatures across Alaska might be getting bears out of their dens early.
- Sen. Sullivan seeks to cut wait for new icebreaker in Arctic Updated: Apr-05-16 4:42 am
KODIAK, Alaska - U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan from Alaska is pushing to get a new icebreaker in the Arctic to boost the nation's defenses and investments in commerce.
- Fishing officials work to get young people fishing permits Updated: Apr-02-16 3:37 pm
KODIAK, Alaska - People in the fishing industry are looking for ways to help young fishermen join the workforce.
- Murkowski says she hasn't decided whom to back for GOP nod Updated: Apr-02-16 3:29 pm
KODIAK, Alaska - Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski says she hasn't settled on which Republican presidential candidate she will support.
- Coast Guard bases maintain zero tolerance policy for pot Updated: Apr-01-16 9:45 am
KODIAK, Alaska - Coast Guard officials are cracking down on marijuana use on the base in Kodiak, saying both service members and civilians could face fines or federal criminal charges if found to be in possession of the drug.