Tripp J Crouse, KNBA - Anchorage
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The PBS televisions show “Molly of Denali” was selected for a George Foster Peabody Award in the children’s and youth category this week.
Ecologist Kate Mohatt is hoping that mushroom hunters will share one of their best guarded secrets - the location of their prized morel patches - in order to help scientists better understand the mysterious fungi.
Some tribes sued the secretaries of Interior and Treasury to keep federal CARES Act money from going to for-profit Alaska Native Corporations.
Organizers of the Arctic Winter Games in Whitehorse made a decision to cancel the event over coronavirus concerns.
Indigenous artists have incorporated popular culture — from Superman to Batman, even "Star Wars" — into Native designs before, but something about Baby Yoda is different.
The gathering at the Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage included about 25 people representing the Gwich'in, Inupiat, Yup'ik and Koyukon cultures.
The U.S. Mint unveiled the tails design for the 2020 Native American dollar coin at the Alaska Native Brothers and Alaska Native Sisters Convention Saturday.
The board of directors of Cook Inlet Region Incorporated, or CIRI, announced Thursday that they would support the effort to recall Governor Mike Dunleavy.
A settlement will allow a descendant of the Cherokee Nation to wear some religious Native regalia while serving time in Alaska.
A Southeast Alaska tribe has taken the initial steps to begin creating their own tribal court.
When the homelands of indigenous groups straddle the border between U.S. and Canada, traveling back and forth becomes an immigration issue. You might think the countries would have similar policies, but it isn’t that easy. One U.S.-born Tsimshian teacher is caught in the mess, fighting to legally stay and work in her ancestral homeland in British Columbia.
A weaving presentation displayed blankets, aprons and other items made by practicing artisans from Southeast Alaska and British Columbia. About 50 people attended the presentation Wednesday by weavers and weaving historians in the Shuka Hit clan house in the Walter Soboleff Building. Listen now
A group of paddlers and their canoes have finished their weeklong journey to Juneau. They traveled from Ketchikan, Sitka, Kake, Angoon, Hoonah, Yakutat — even Canada for Celebration. Listen now
The new owners of Icy Strait Brewing are busy remodeling a new location for the Hoonah microbrewery. They hope to open in time for the first cruise ship scheduled to dock on May 12. Listen now
Etsy says it’s moving away from local and national laws — such as the U.S. Endangered Species Act — and toward international standards. But that means it’s excluding items made by Alaska Native artists that might use walrus ivory or certain animal pelts. Listen now
Early-rising Alaskans and night owls will be treated Wednesday morning to a celestial trifecta: a super blue blood moon, the first in about 150 years. Listen now
It only takes a second for a sexual predator to turn your night – and your world – upside down. One advocate likens date rapists to predators stalking prey in the wild: they try to pick out the youngest, the weakest, the loners. But the truth is anyone can be a target of sexual assault. Listen now
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