A Center for American Progress review shows nearly 30 million acres of federal land in the state are at risk of being developed or transferred.
Records released in 2012 by Alaska officials revealed the former governor and vice presidential candidate once quipped about the possibility in an email.
Joe Balash, who oversaw oil and gas drilling on federal lands, had encouraged drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
The Democratic presidential candidate would revoke "ill-advised" pipeline permits and significantly expand tribal criminal jurisdiction.
Veranika Nikanava of Belarus was wading through the waist-high water of Alaska's Teklanika River when she lost her grip on a rope, authorities said.
The animals showed signs of emaciation, which may have been triggered by lack of food due to melting sea ice.
Scientists warn that heat waves are becoming increasingly common due to human-caused climate change.
The state's Republican governor has slashed 41% of the system's state appropriations -- a cut that could lead to massive layoffs and campus closures.
Satanic Temple member Iris Fontana recited the words "Hail Satan" during an invocation at a meeting of the Kenai Peninsula Borough assembly.
An Indiana man using a fake name and photo allegedly persuaded a teen to carry out 19-year-old Cynthia Hoffman's slaying.
"Is this the harbinger of things to come?” one ecologist asked.
Several people sustained injuries, some serious, in the crash near the town of Ketchikan. One person remains unaccounted for, Princess Cruises said.
The extreme hikes come as a new report found that Canada is warming twice as fast as the rest of the world.
The president "exceeded his authority," a federal judge in Alaska said.
The Alaska senator defied her party by opposing Brett Kavanaugh and Obamacare repeal. She has zero regrets.
The female bear was wearing a wildlife study collar, which Owen Renner and his son removed and lied about.
Her owner has tried hay, salt blocks and even drones to capture his "ghost in the darkness."
A Center for American Progress review shows the Trump administration's proposal downplays risks in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Large swaths of the pristine Alaska wilderness could be leased for fossil fuel development as early as next year.