North Pacific Erectors began mobilizing for the $1.4 million project about three weeks ago
Native artists from all over the country are preparing for Celebration 2014 and showcasing their work on Twitter.
More than 70 years have passed since the U.S. government forced the people of Atka from their homes to an internment camp on Killisnoo Island in Southeast Alaska.
Subsistence hunters are still struggling to find certain kinds of ammunition in the Bering Straits region.
A government-backed mining boom in British Columbia may have downstream impacts to Southeast Alaska. It's uniting tribes across borders.
Tlingit elder Harvey B. Marvin, of Juneau, has died at the age of 81
The program purchases insurance for a select number of income eligible, qualified Alaska Natives, and pays all the monthly bills.
Six hundred and eighty-five students received awards including bachelor’s and graduate degrees, occupational endorsements, and certificates.
Yesterday’s announcement is a legal turn that could vastly expand tribal sovereignty in Alaska.