Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media
This year’s theme is Innovation in the past, present and future. The issue of violence against women is at the forefront of the conference. Listen now
The first day of the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention in Anchorage saw protests and a high-level apology. Listen now
20-year-old Tristan Yaadoh Jovan Madros focused on his traditional upbringing in Kaltag, telling the crowd that indigenous practices need to be at the center of young people's formal education in Alaska.
The annual conference precedes the Alaska Federation of Natives convention each fall, designed to strengthen inter-generational connections and share indigenous knowledge around the state. Listen now
A small number of Alaskans experiencing psychiatric crises are being diverted from healthcare facilities to custody within the Department of Corrections. Listen now
The 35th annual Elders and Youth conference begins Monday at the Denai'ina Convention Center in Anchorage, followed by the Alaska Federation of Natives later in the week. Listen now
The municipality is moving forward on a new climate action plan at a time when cities and states across the country are clashing with federal environmental policies. Will it make a difference? Listen now
The money is attached to Alaska's recent designation as a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area. Listen now
U.S. Attorney's Office uses high-profile case to emphasize growing cooperation between law enforcement agencies in Alaska.
Prosecutors allege that Peter Wilson abducted and killed 10-year-old Ashley Johnson-Barr in a case that has gripped attention for weeks. Listen now
In Alaska, CBD is already showing up in drinks at cafes and in stores. But there are simmering disagreements about its legality. Listen now
On Monday afternoon, federal officials announced charges against a Kotzebue man in the case of a missing girl who was found dead last Friday. Listen now
An increasingly organized group of residents say the current approach is too, and has allowed lawless camps to persist along popular trails. Listen now
A report commissioned by the state found barriers to a safe workplace at the Alaska Psychiatric Institute, but no evidence of retaliation against employees. Listen now
AST points to collaboration with partners as its principal means for combating a growing demand with diminished resources for policing. Listen now
At a press conference at city hall Thursday, the mayor’s administration unveiled a new two-part plan they hope will improve coordination and accountability. Listen now
The alleged misconduct happened over the weekend at a game in Fairbanks and is being investigated by the school district. Listen now
In a competitive Republican primary for a senate seat representing north Anchorage communities, the insurgent candidate won a decisive victory over the party insider.