The U.S. and Canada say that with the completion of a 2-year report on stream monitoring, the work of the landmark commission is done. Tribes and fishing groups disagree.
A Tuesday vaccine clinic brought 80 vaccines to a Samoan church in Airport Heights, where food and music made for a unique atmosphere.
https://youtu.be/CvbI0WObZOE Five years ago, INDIE ALASKA featured Sarah Davie's 100 Stone project, a massive sculpture installation in...
Hurley was a longtime assistant to territorial Governor Ernest Gruening, the chief clerk at the Alaska Constitutional Convention, and, later, a state legislator, among many other roles.
Nearly half of Trident's 700-person workforce ultimately tested positive for the virus, company officials said Monday.
This year marks Dallas Seavey’s 12th Iditarod. But it’s the four-time Iditarod champion's first since a dog-doping whodunit turned his mushing career upside down four years ago.
For two best friends from the Y-K region, a one-two finish in the Kuskokwim 300 was especially sweet this year. Richie Diehl beat Pete Kaiser to Bethel by 43 minutes for his first ever K300 win.
Alaska's health department has pulled together a group of researchers from the state's public health labs and its university system in hopes of speeding up and expanding its search for more contagious strains of COVID-19.
Advocates say the way the 1982 Alaska statute on sexual assault is written places an impossibly high burden on women to prove they were assaulted.
How do Black Alaskans see the current issues facing our society and what do they want in policy and social change for greater equity in the future?
‘Most mothers don’t have to deal with this’: COVID-19 makes medical travel for pregnant women even harder
Alaska women who live in rural and remote communities usually travel to city centers to give birth — against incredible geographical odds. And now, COVID-19 has made a hard trip even more daunting.
Independent Representative Josiah Patkotak from Utqiagvik will preside over the House until there’s a permanent speaker.
Echohawk, a Pawnee Indian, was raised in Delta Junction and showed an early interest in Alaska Native issues.
https://youtu.be/cnfQwMLWJrk After a year of pandemic and increased racial tensions, Ed Washington, an Anchorage musician who won...
The cemetery holds the graves of Unangan people who died during World War II after the U.S. government forcibly removed them from the Pribilof Islands took them to the Southeast rainforest with only one bag apiece and no hunting or fishing gear.
Even though there has been just one confirmed case of a new, more infectious COVID-19 variant in Alaska, health officials say now is the time to upgrade your single-layer cloth mask.
Pacific Islanders and Native Hawaiians were about 10 times more likely to die of COVID-19, but 10 times less likely to be vaccinated.
Sen. Sullivan says the Biden administration shouldn't discriminate against oil and gas, and that all energy sectors matter.
Eight individuals, including five Alaska Native people who've gone missing in the Fairbanks area since last May remain unaccounted for.
In Chefornak, a family was forced to evacuate their home because a sinkhole caused by thawing permafrost formed underneath it. That family had to move into a building intended to be a quarantine facility.