Separately, U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski announced the Department of Defense had selected Anchorage as the location for the Ted Stevens Center for Arctic Security Studies.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jatsd1VMKbc Aaron Tolen has tribal and ANCSA regional corporation affiliations across the state. He aims to balance a modern education with the values and traditions...
Volcano scientists issued an alert Wednesday, warning that a cloud of ash — from an eruption more than century ago — was headed toward Alaska’s Kodiak Island.
Jasmine Chavez is an Air Force veteran aspiring to be a bush pilot in Alaska.
Federal investigators have released more information about a commercial passenger plane that crashed at Juneau’s airport during takeoff late October. But they have yet to determine what caused the small passenger aircraft to lose control as it picked up speed on the runway, forcing the pilot to crash land.
Troopers: Russian Mission shooting suspect went on another rampage after evading authorities for months
A suspect in a shooting in Russian Mission had been on the loose for months when state troopers say he went on another rampage last week, allegedly assaulting, threatening and attempting to rob members of the community. Alaska State Troopers finally arrested him five days later.
It’s the first community in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta to bring broadband to all its residents.
At first glance, Metlakatla looks similar to many of the other villages in Southeast Alaska: glacier-cut coastlines, dense temperate rainforests, dramatic mountains in the backdrop. But locals know better — there is something distinctly different about the place.
Nicole Lebo, who oversaw federal housing grants and childcare and shelter permitting for the city, was fired from the health department on Monday.
Lavelle's Bistro, a fine-dining establishment downtown in the Golden Heart City, has started requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for patrons.
The group is part of a national trend of conservative advocacy directed at school districts.
After declining most of the fall, new infections are up again in more than half of U.S. states, worrying experts about what the holiday season may bring.
With reading and writing close behind, Juneau’s school board approves spoken Lingít teaching standards
These are the first oral narrative standards developed for the Lingít language to be taught to school children.
ly Wednesday. The ordinances were aimed at asserting the Assembly’s authority over the chamber and the city’s mayoral appointee confirmation process.
In the climate debate, natural gas is cast as both hero and villain.
The Matanuska-Susitna Borough, known as a hotbed of conservatism, gained the most population since the 2010 Census and will keep the same number of seats in the Alaska Legislature under a new map of state political boundaries that some critics say short-changes the area.
Under the policy, all employees must be fully vaccinated against the virus by Jan. 4, 2022.
"It has not missed a single day of school,” says Tok Transportation co-owner Gerald Blackard.
Blair Braverman says if she lets go of the sled, the dogs will race on without her. The question, she says, is not how to get sled dogs to go. Rather, it's how do you get them to stop?
If you’ve ever sat in on an Anchorage Assembly, Mat-Su Assembly, Anchorage School Board, or any other local government meeting, you probably heard him say this: "When the public process is done appropriately, the decision made by the governing body is more likely in the public interest.”