A federal jury acquitted the federal tuna dealer of smuggling and conspiracy charges brought forward after a four-year NOAA investigation.
The remote Port Moller, Alaska, Peter Pan Seafoods plant caught fire on Tuesday night, Aug. 15, burned through the night and into Wednesday morning.
The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee has voted to reduce NOAA’s 2018 budget, but the cuts are less severe than those requested by President Trump.
Representatives of the seafood and fishing industry in four Gulf of Mexico states took a trip to Maine to tour the state’s aquaculture facilities.
As West Coast water temperatures begin to swing away from the El Niño effects of the last two years, squid populations have recovered.
More than a century in the making, family-owned Taylor Shellfish Co. has expanded well beyond the state of Washington and shows no signs of slowing.
A cruise ship arrived in Ketchikan, Alaska, with the body of a humpback whale stuck on its bulbous bow.
After the 194-foot Bering Sea trawler Araho installs 14 electric winches, will U.S. boats run with the European trend? Norwegian designers seem to think so.
In an unprecedented (and some may say poorly timed) move, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game shut down all king salmon fishing in Southeast Alaska as of Aug. 10.
Thursday, Aug. 10 is Alaska Wild Salmon Day, an annual recognition of the state’s wild species, which make up more than 90 percent of the U.S. harvest.
Commercial salmon season began last week for California fishermen, but news of pending fishery disaster relief funds is hanging over the opener.