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Why one fisherman in Alaska won't leave the industry, despite the ups and downs.
The isolated village of Port Heiden hopes reindeer, and a few other farm animals, may be the answer to expensive imported fresh food.
The debate over drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge has returned to Washington, this time tied to the fast-moving tax bill on Capitol Hill. Bill supporters hope that opening up the arctic to more federal drilling leases could generate…
Skagway, Alaska is dependent on the cruise ship industry for its economy. The town needs to build a new dock to accommodate bigger ships, but a private company which leases the docks, the White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad, won't…
More people are traveling to Native American land for vacations. Tribal tourism is a $8.6 billion industry and growing.
After more than three decades at architectural firms, Clark Yerrington decided it was time to go it alone.
Three things that no one wants to hear together: BP, oil and leaking. A BP well sprung a leak in the Alaskan Arctic this past Friday. Reports say crude oil is no longer spraying from the leak, but natural gas…
A cruise ship carrying 1700 passengers is now able to cross the Northwest passage
The state has lost more than 2,000 jobs in the energy industry in the last year.
Oil companies, such as Royal Dutch Shell and ConocoPhillips, are largely walking away from many of their Arctic leases.