JUNEAU — Two hearings by the both of the Alaska Legislature’s transportation committees did little to calm the seas of discontent among Southeast villages with Gov. Sean Parnell’s summary rejection of their concept-level plans for a new Panhandle ferry.
American Fast Freight’s new Anchorage facility expands storage space and gives the company the only fully temperature controlled supply chain in Alaska.
Changes in Federal Communications Commission regulations regarding two-way radio use have left Alaska truckers struggling to comply.
Alaska Air Group Inc. reported record-setting income of $50 million in net adjusted profits during the fourth quarter and $339 million for the year.
The Transportation Security Administration confirms that it is getting rid of airport body scanners that produce a naked image of travelers.
Boeing's Dreamliner has had a nightmare of a week, capped off Friday with a decision by the Federal Aviation Administration to review everything from the design to manufacturing of the new airplane.
Inspectors will descend upon a remote Kodiak Island bay to investigate whether a Royal Dutch Shell LLC drilling vessel will need repairs after spending nearly a week aground.
Shell’s drill vessel Kulluk is now in protected waters in Kiliuda Bay on the east side of Kodiak Island, according to the joint U.S. Coast Guard and Shell team managing the situation.
In a situation report issued late Thursday the state Department of Environmental Conservation said a plan to move the Kulluk to a more protected area is being viewed by the Coast Guard and Shell, although it has not yet been approved.
KODIAK — Higher rates appear likely for users of Kodiak’s city-owned shipyard because it continues to lose money.