“Private citizens get secret ballots, but public officials don’t,” said John McKay, an expert on open meeting and public records laws.
"Farmers are selling everything they can get slaughtered right now," said Schade."
Only three of the seven tsunami sirens in the Aleutian community worked, despite high seismic activity in the last week.
While the Wild Fish Conservancy has asked for an injunction that would stop all chinook salmon fisihing in Alaska, Alaska trollers say that there is more than just fish at stake.
AFN will hold in-person annual convention this year with the theme ‘Good Government, Alaskans Decide’
House Speaker Bryce Edgmon will deliver the keynote address of the first AFN convention to be held since the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation withdrew from the organization.
With food supplies threatened by pandemic, tribes say they’re still waiting for permission for special hunts
Tribal governments who requested special hunts in April in order to secure food security for their communities say they still haven't heard back from regulators.
If the cuts stand as they are, Louanne Carrol-Tysdal is not sure what the ultimate impact will be, but that the area’s elders and working poor could face increased food insecurity as the winter approaches.
The post offices in Kwethluk and Pilot Station have been closed for weeks because employees were infected with COVID-19, delaying shipments of essential medicines and supplies.
After a cold winter and spring, high temperatures around the Interior prompted birch tree buds to burst, sending record-setting levels of pollen into the air.
A task force of lawmakers and criminal justice experts is examining how the state can expand a system of courts that offer treatment instead of jail time.
The communities are shutting down in order to help one another out, after cases are first reported in nearby communities.
An Alaska legislative committee has agreed to Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s plan to expand access to a federally funded small business relief program.
An evangelical Christian organization delivered a field hospital to the Bristol Bay Borough Monday. It’s a measure the state requested in case of an outbreak of COVID-19 in the community ahead of the fishing season.
Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta communities are giving their residents a break on their water and sewer bills to offer financial relief, as well as provide more water for residents to wash their hands and their homes to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
But what's in those little blue bundles? Answer: More than just a delicious, sweet and tart treat. And, believe it or not, they're not even technically blueberries.
On the day they were supposed to travel to Naknek, the results for three of the workers came back positive. All 150 of the workers were told they had to quarantine for an additional 11 days, the complaint alleges.
But hunting guides say the risk of COVID-19 exposure is low and the fears are overblown.
A recent report showed some of the highest ever recorded levels of PSP toxins in butter clams taken from the Alaska Peninsula community of King Cove in June
A Juneau police officer shot and killed Michael Stephens in late December, but a state investigation found the officer's use of deadly force was justified. Now, the victim's parents are filing a wrongful death lawsuit and asking for reform of Juneau's Police Department.
But the study found that in Anchorage, domestic violence calls actually decreased by over 60%.