At least three people are dead as search and recovery crews continue to scour through debris from a landslide that impacted properties outside of Wrangell, Alaska, on Monday.
Spectacular video from an Alaska couple shows the "wild ice" skaters gliding over a frozen lake so clear, it felt more like snorkeling than skating.
While a rocket launching into the northern lights puts on a spectacular show, it wasn’t just by happenstance. The timing of this launch had to be just right to get the necessary scientific data.
The off-duty pilot who has been charged with trying to stop airplane engines mid-flight has raised questions about how often pilots are screened, and whether we should be concerned about who's in the cockpit.
The annual competition among the bears at Katmai National Park in Alaska is a celebration of “success and survival" as the bears get ready for winter hibernation.
The soldiers were identified as specialists who joined the U.S. Army in July 2020.
Alaska's annual dividend now competes for funding with services like public education, health care programs and public safety.
Alaska political leaders have pushed to allow oil and gas drilling in the refuge in part because of its economic impact on Indigenous communities in an area with fewer jobs.
Authorities in Alaska launched the search after finding the couple's vehicle abandoned and learning that they had never checked out of their Airbnb.
The Pacific walrus calf was believed to be about a month old.
A 200-pound walrus calf found alone and miles from the ocean on Alaska’s North Slope is getting bottle fed and receiving round-the-clock “cuddling" from animal welfare workers who are trying to keep the 1-month-old alive.
"King Otis" is a live cam star and four-time Fat Bear Week champion.
"He died doing what he truly loved," Jim Tweto's daughter Ariel posted on Instagram.
Church leaders said 20-year-old Elder Izaak Orion Card, 20, of Anchorage, Alaska, lost his life in a rural area near the city of Tibagi.
The 20-year-old man’s body was recovered Monday, and the accident was the latest tragedy at Turnagain Arm, a 48-mile-long glacier-carved estuary that travels southeast from Anchorage, Alaska.
National Park Service rangers rescued a climber who fell from a 16,000-foot-high ridge at Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska, officials said Saturday.
Two climbers last heard from as they prepared to scale a peak in Alaska's Denali National Park and Preserve last week are believed dead, the park said Thursday.
Aerial and limited ground searches were underway Monday in Alaska for two overdue mountain climbers whose last known tracks disappeared at the site of an avalanche, officials said.
The two AH-64 Apache helicopters were returning to Fort Wainwright from an aerial gunnery range southeast of Fairbanks when they collided.
The U.S. Army identified on Saturday the three soldiers who were killed when two helicopters collided in Alaska while returning from a training mission.