- Alaska launches opioid policy task forceGroup will consolidate informal efforts to fight growing trend toward heroin use, related deaths
- Carpeting the Denali Fault with earthquake sensorsNEAR MILLER CREEK — Crouching amid scratchy spruce branches and surrounded by feet of snow, Amir Allam jabs half-frozen soil with the spikey base of a white cylinder. The seismologist twists the 6-pound seismometer to orient it northward. Then he clicks a cable to a magnetic connection on top.
- Impending state cuts likely to impact all speciesCuts affecting Alaska's fisheries will be spread across all regions and species, depending on the final budget that is approved by state legislators.
- Kivalina delegation lobbies for emergency funds in D.C.Community seeks funding for access road to village
- Concerns arise over upcoming mine discharge in local creekKivalina asks for delay until after Wulik River breakup