The ferry system's 50th anniversary and a leadership change at Sealaska are among other top regional stories.
If you get sick – really sick – there’s a good chance you’ll end up on a flight out of town. Medical evacuations, called medevacs, are taking more and more Alaskans to in-state and Lower-48 critical-care facilities.
Scientists are finding more evidence that Southeast Alaska’s first residents arrived more than 10,000 years ago. It’s coming through a new method of locating early settlements.
Gov. Sean Parnell’s proposed capital budget has no money for Southeast Alaska hydroprojects. But it has funding for ferry terminals and a road north out of Juneau.
McGee could be the face of a bleak holiday for some Southeast dogs and cats. The Ketchikan Humane Society is looking for temporary Christmas homes for its rescued pets.
The state has ordered a Seattle-based medevac insurance program to end coverage in Alaska.
Ketchikan’s City Council has OK’d a plan to negotiate the sale of the Whitman Lake hydropower project.
A Southeast Native corporation CEO was one of a dozen Native leaders who met with President Obama as part of last week’s White House Tribal Nations Conference.
Ketchikan officials were ready for the weekend’s snowy and icy streets. And one agency added staff and hours to keep roads driveable.