A lawsuit claims that Gov. Mike Dunleavy overstepped his authority when he allowed the endowment fund to be swept into the pot of money available for general state spending.
The Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta is the second largest region in the United States without access to broadband internet, but not for much longer.
Jury trials are scheduled for this fall for lawsuits against the school district for failing to protect students against Carmichael.
A requirement that tribes have at least 10 employees at first disqualified many Alaska Native tribes from the $1 million base amount.
Six tribes opposed the water rights permits, saying that removing that much water from the area could hurt the region’s water supply and ecosystem.
Cab drivers are more likely to be killed by homicide while on the job than workers in any other profession — four times more likely to be killed at work than police officers.
Last month, a woman from Bethel started a late afternoon hike in Southcentral Alaska that turned into a survival mission that spanned three days.
The pilot was able to regain control of the plane with the help of passengers, who pulled the man out of the cockpit.
Power Cost Equalization, or PCE, lowers the cost of electricity in rural Alaska to make it comparable to more urban areas like Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau.
The word “confusion” came up a lot in a meeting with state and federal managers to describe the state’s June 28 Kuskokwim River opening.