A slumping section of the Denali National Park road dropped an unprecedented amount over the winter, leaving a 40-foot drop in the road near Polychrome Pass.
The town is experiencing one of its largest outbreaks of the pandemic, with upwards of 30 residents testing positive since the first week of April.
City officials said Goldbelt Inc. is willing to put in up to $10 million for a slice of the gondola ticket sales. The particulars of a deal with Goldbelt would have to be negotiated.
A cedar monument in the park — “Thundering Wings” by Lingít master carver Nathan Jackson — depicts an eagle taking flight.
Expecting a surge of visitors, Sitka will close a main thoroughfare on days with heavy cruise traffic
With just two months until the first cruise ships arrive, the Sitka Assembly finally has a plan to see the city through its biggest tourist boom in years.
Exit Glacier has been receding so quickly that parts of the park that were once prime glacier viewing just aren’t anymore.
As of July, Alaska had made up less than half of its COVID-related job losses.
Travelers will have to upload proof they’ve completed a full series of an authorized coronavirus vaccine.
Reborn airline Ravn Alaska has hired several people to study daily, year-round trans-Pacific service that its chief executive said could launch as soon as next summer.
The operation would be called Northern Pacific Airways and fly from the underused North Terminal at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, said Ravn Alaska’s chief executive Rob McKinney.