Early in the pandemic, Shrein was featured in local news when she began driving by students’ homes to express how much she missed them.
On May 5, people all across the country shared stories and pictures, and memorialized the thousands of Indigenous people who have disappeared. Later, many users reported that content they shared to their stories disappeared too.
Focusing on community health is new for the Polynesian Association, which was forced into the role when COVID hit.
Eddie Thomas Jr. is charged with tampering with physical evidence, misconduct involving a corpse, unlawful conduct and violating conditions of release, the charging document said.
A trio passing through the area last Thursday said the bear didn’t leave them alone until they maced it on a bridge near the trailhead.
Jerilyn Nicholson was found Saturday at the base of a cliff near Eklutna Lake Road, a semi-rural area at the northern edge of Anchorage’s municipal boundary.
It’s a seller’s market; homes are going fast and at high prices.
Alaska State Parks Ranger Jack Ransom said his department got three separate reports Thursday and Friday about a large, aggressive black bear on the Tonsina Creek Trail.
What is now Brackeen v. Haaland began in 2018 as a lawsuit in Texas that challenges ICWA. The lawsuit says the federal law discriminates against non-Native families looking to adopt.
Translator Yeng Tao says it’s getting more and more difficult to find Hmong Alaskans willing to get vaccinated.