The Association of Village Council Presidents would like its tribes to be able to prosecute non-tribal members in their local courts.
A report from the ocean conservation group Oceana confirms that there’s a pretty decent chance that fish on the plate or on ice in the seafood case is not what it’s labeled to be.
The Juneau School District’s budget committee wants a nurse in every building for the next school year.
The district cut two nursing positions in this … more
A group of King Cove residents are meeting with Interior Secretary Ken Salazar. The goal is to convince Salazar to allow a road through the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge.
An outbreak of salmonella illness in Washington and Oregon also hit Alaska, according to state medical authorities.
Health officials in Washington and Oregon are now … more
A sunken barge near the village of Kwethluk is causing problems.
A court has ordered a homeowner in a Fairbanks neighborhood to shut down their two outdoor, wood-fired boilers.
Legislation that would limit the circumstances in which public funds can be used to pay for abortions was introduced in the Senate on Monday, but the bill may have trouble standing up to court scrutiny.
The U.S. Senate has just passed a reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act. However, its future in the House is unclear.
The Juneau International Airport is moving smokers further away from the terminal.