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Retired sailor Eugene Auguste Coffin III remembers when, in October 1980, the cruise ship Prinsendam caught fire in the Gulf of Alaska. Five hundred and… Continue reading
The tooth was more than twice as old as any other human specimen found in the North American Arctic
The school has changed substantially since it was first built.
She’s led the agency since 2015.
Why did voters reject Ballot Measure 1?
In a way, the protest was a year in the works.
Thirty-two years in, and Alaskan Brewing Co. is still expanding.
An appeal would go to the Alaska Supreme Court.
Runoff from the mine has been flowing for more than 60 years.
Closed-door meetings decide how much cruises will pay for summer violations.
She was the only woman in the room. Now, she’s risen to the top of her profession.
Winter is coming.
New study proves something Alaskans always knew.
This is the first of three articles the Empire looking at Ballot Measure 1’s legal language.
How your vote could affect permitting for major construction.
Ballot Measure 1, up for a vote during the statewide election Nov. 6, provides three tracks for development projects on salmon habitat in Alaska. Some… Continue reading
Alaska indigenous leaders traveled to the United Kingdom this week to deliver a petition asking a cruise industry giant to stop using inexpensive fuel believed… Continue reading
The Juneau Cooperative Extension Service office will close today to move locations. The office helps interpret and extend research-based knowledge to locals. From family and… Continue reading
Weather on Thursday’s centennial and the day of the Princess Sophia’s sinking shared a bit in common — but not to an eerie degree, said… Continue reading
Just in time for Halloween, the U.S. Forest Service will celebrate National Bat Week at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center this weekend. Youth-oriented activities and… Continue reading