A report commissioned by the Diocese of Juneau found “credible evidence” that seven people who served the Catholic Church in Southeast Alaska since 1951 engaged in sexual misconduct involving minors or vulnerable adults.
The announcement came in response to new rules from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that bar health care providers from referring patients for abortion if they receive funding through Title X.
In this newscast: Authorities identified the scientist who died during a research dive Wednesday in Glacier Bay National Park, Newtok residents prepare to their new home in Mertarvik,
Nome’s busiest cruise ship tourism season ever gets underway and the Sitka Sound Science Center is studying disposable crab pots.
In this newscast: Colleagues and family members remember late state Sen. Chris Birch, Permanent Fund Dividend checks could be delayed depending on whether Gov. Mike Dunleavy decides to veto a bill providing for a $1,600 PFD, a diver died in Glacier Bay National Park Wednesday, Southeast Alaska’s drought continued with above average temperatures in July, and Yakutat hosts what may be the first surf camp of its kind in Alaska.