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Four commercial fishermen, including the president of the United Fishermen of Alaska, have been cited for failing to record retention of commercially caught salmon for... [Read More]
It's safe to say the Alaska Oil and Gas Association won the day Wednesday. [Read More]
In a room full of the state's business leaders dressed in sport coats and summer dresses, the visiting guest of honor looked and sounded as... [Read More]
Much of what Alaskans buy locally is now getting here on cleaner ships. [Read More]
The 2018 budget unveiled on May 23 by the Trump Administration is bad news for anything that swims in or near U.S. waters. [Read More]
The Legislature's passage of Senate Bill 100 on the final day of the regular session on May 17 could now give municipalities new flexibility for... [Read More]
Resource Data Inc. has hired Breck Craig as a project manager/senior analyst to its Anchorage branch. Most recently Breck worked as a senior program manager... [Read More]
The Anchorage Assembly passed an ordinance May 23 that waives the $260 permit fee for cottage food vendors and refunds those permit fees already paid... [Read More]
Bering Sea Tanner crab fishermen have a new harvest strategy in place, though it likely won't be the last time the plan gets revised. [Read More]
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke hasn't been in Alaska long, but he's got one of the state's unofficial mottos down. [Read More]
Hoping to clamp a ceiling on Alaska's already high insurance rates, state officials are keeping an eye on Washington, D.C., for two developments. [Read More]
An Ahtna Inc. subsidiary has racked up $380,000 in fines from the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission for allegedly ignoring mandates to monitor and... [Read More]
An injection of employment opportunities for about 100 people as Uber or Lyft drivers and more options for riders should begin in time for the... [Read More]
Commercial fishing managers in Prince William Sound are planning to continue opening the fishery, despite concerns about low king salmon returns to the Copper River... [Read More]
By the time House and Senate members return to Juneau after Memorial Day weekend, they will have burned through 14 days of a 30-day special... [Read More]
Long challenged by unavoidably thin economics, the Interior Energy Project is now facing other pressures that are starting to force the hands of its developers. [Read More]
Restaurants from Seattle to New York City paid about $50 per pound — a new record — for the Copper River king salmon sold direct... [Read More]
Alaska salmon managers are hoping for the best and planning for the worst as lawmakers extend into a special session to try and agree on... [Read More]
Hilcorp Alaska leaders are ready to look ahead after a rocky start to 2017. [Read More]
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