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Tribal judge: Bill to improve village public safety doesn’t go far enough

Tribal judge: Bill to improve village public safety doesn’t go far enough

The U.S. Senate Indian Affairs Committee today looked at a raft of bills aimed at improving the safety of Native American communities.

Alaska Senate passes bill on cyberbullying

Alaska Senate passes bill on cyberbullying

The Alaska Senate has passed legislation that would criminalize the cyberbullying of a minor.

Senate committee advances transportation fund measure

Senate committee advances transportation fund measure

A measure setting up a road-and-ferry savings account has cleared its first state Senate committee.

Sitka shops for teachers at Seattle fair

Sitka shops for teachers at Seattle fair

Representatives from 17 Alaska school districts headed to Seattle this past weekend to recruit new teachers.

Feds Ask King Cove to Weigh In on Road Alternatives

Feds Ask King Cove to Weigh In on Road Alternatives

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has asked officials from King Cove for an alternative to the road.

Juneau man cited for bear found dead in yard

A man suspected of killing a black bear in a Juneau neighborhood will make a court appearance next week.

National firm to lead Juneau superintendent search

The Juneau School Board voted Tuesday to contract Ray and Associates, which is based in Iowa with an office in Tacoma, Wash.

Alaska’s health insurers call marketplace enrollment figures disappointing

In Alaska, the final numbers aren’t in yet. The two insurers on the state’s federally run marketplace are reporting they had 7,500 enrollees by mid March.

Alaska reindeer farm says ‘kissing moose’ is dead

Alaska reindeer farm says ‘kissing moose’ is dead

The folks at the Williams Reindeer Farm in Wasilla, Alaska, say Denali the “kissing moose” has died after suffering a bad reaction to medication.

Landmark subsistence decision stands

Landmark subsistence decision stands

The Katie John lawsuit over subsistence fishing rights is finally over.