Half of the money that doesn’t go to dividends would pay for state education funding.
The 20-foot-long sculpture was made by Lingít artist Robert Mills last year during the pandemic
In this newscast: Juneau high school students held a turkey shoot; Aluminum canoe sculpture now installed at Overstreet Park in Juneau; Four “Molly of Denali” episodes will be dubbed into Alaska Native languages; Dr. Anne Zink’s plans for Thanksgiving
A government boarding school for Native children in Wrangell was one of the first of its kind in Alaska. Now, there are plans to redevelop the site of the former Bureau of Indian Affairs facility that was open for 43 years.
The bill would grant just 23.040 acres of land that’s now national forest to each of the five new corporations.
Dr. Anne Zink recommends over-the-counter COVID tests if someone in your holiday gathering is immunocompromised, or if there will be a large group of people in attendance.
Joseph Tagaban first learned he had a rare form of cancer known as acute myeloid leukemia, or AML, last year.
The Molly of Denali project is just one effort of Doyon Foundation’s language revitalization program, which works to preserve the ancestral languages of the Doyon region.
As the wildfires Outside got worse and worse, a team of wildlife biologists noticed tule geese were acting unusually.
The state considered axing the program as early as 2016, during the Walker administration.