On Thursday, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin threatened to challenge current GOP Senator Lisa Murkowski in a primary when Murkowski is up for reelection in 2022.
US F-22 stealth jets and Canadian F-18 fighters intercept two Russian reconnaissance planes that refused to leave the Alaskan Air Defense Zone for four hours
In an unprecedented response to historically low numbers of Pacific cod, the federal cod fishery in the Gulf of Alaska is closing for the 2020 season.
The Trump administration announced Thursday its final plan to open Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling, giving the petroleum industry access to the pristine wildland for the first time.
Todd Palin appears to have filed for divorce from former Alaska governor and one-time vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, his wife of 31 years.
The temperature in Anchorage, Alaska, soared to 90 degrees Fahrenheit on Thursday, shattering the city's all-time record-high temperature by 5 degrees.
SOLDOTNA, Alaska -- A Satanic Temple member who won the right to open a regional Alaska government meeting declared "Hail Satan" during her first invocation, prompting about a dozen officials and attendees to walk out.
ConocoPhillips is coming off of an incredible exploration season, reportedly the best they've had in over a decade, and they have Alaskan oil to thank for it. The company stuck big in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A) this winter, succe
The Fairbanks North Star Borough's population fell by 1,216 in 2017, part of a larger trend in which Alaska's population declined for the first time since the late 1980s.
Alaska is one step away from enacting a law that would legalize the regulation and production of industrial hemp, and provide for hemp pilot programs.
Scientists from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have discovered what they claim is an atmospheric aerosol particle enriched with the uranium which is used in nuclear fuel and bombs.
JUNEAU -- Tens of thousands of people have turned to the government for health care and food amid Alaska's recession, prompting questions from state lawmakers about the sustainability of those safety-net programs.