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DOJ may intervene in Alaska Supreme Court case

DOJ may intervene in Alaska Supreme Court caseThe case concerns a non-Native couple’s adoption of an Alaska Native child.

Political newcomers Dukowitz, Kito vie for House District 33 seat

Political newcomers Dukowitz, Kito vie for House District 33 seatBoth candidates for House District 33 on next week’s general election ballot are new to campaigning.

Local statehouse candidates on the issues at Juneau Votes forum

Local statehouse candidates on the issues at Juneau Votes forumKito, Munoz, McGuan and Egan answer questions on issues ranging from natural resource development to education

City engineer: No good news on sewage sludge disposal

City engineer: No good news on sewage sludge disposal“I don't know that I have any good news for you in all this,” City Engineering Director Rorie Watt told the Assembly on Monday.

New business resurrects Juneau adult basketball leagues

New business resurrects Juneau adult basketball leaguesS.E. Reign Sports will now operate the city's adult basketball leagues

UAS Chancellor Pugh to retire in May

UAS Chancellor Pugh to retire in MayUniversity of Alaska Southeast Chancellor John Pugh will retire in May. He announced his retirement Monday.

Why Alaska researchers want to use drones to find hibernating bears

Why Alaska researchers want to use drones to find hibernating bearsFor the first time, Alaska researchers plan to use drones with thermal cameras to detect hibernating polar bears and grizzly bears on the North Slope.

AFN endorses Begich after hearing from Senate candidates

AFN endorses Begich after hearing from Senate candidatesSaturday's endorsement vote followed on-stage appearances Friday from Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Begich and his Republican opponent Dan Sullivan.

Once forbidden, Alaska’s Native languages now official state languages

Once forbidden, Alaska’s Native languages now official state languagesWhen American missionaries began arriving in Alaska in the 1880s, it was the beginning of a very dark era for Alaska Natives around the state.

AFN president publicly criticizes Parnell for appealing subsistence rights case

AFN president publicly criticizes Parnell for appealing subsistence rights caseKitka asked convention delegates if it mattered to them that a candidate for public office has actively attacked subsistence rights.