The mayor, a retired Alaska State Trooper, said discrimination against police officers was in his eyes “by far a greater problem.”
“If Steve Branch wasn’t a suspect, why the hell not?”
Conservationists are sounding the alarm over the project near Ketchikan, and the timber industry has raised questions over whether it would be viable.
Rainy summers like 2020 can cause flooding and mudslides and can harm people’s mental health. But the rain does have benefits.
The plaintiffs’ lawyer says the judge’s ruling is “erroneously based in the idea that you can favor one group of voters over another.”
Biologists are tracking some unusual stranding events around Sitka this summer, and hoping to learn more about what brought about the deaths of two killer whales, and what has made a sea lion gravely ill.
The U.S. Forest Service has given the owner of a boat shop on Prince of Wales Island until mid-December to tear down the historic complex and leave.
The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) is asking the court to intervene on behalf of the Organized Village of Kake which took advantage of the emergency hunt to take two moose and five deer.
In early August, the Census Bureau announced that counting would end on September 30 — a month sooner than originally planned.
In Petersburg, workers were restricted closed campuses — they were only allowed to go between the plant, dorms and cafeteria. Some workers said they felt resigned to it. Others said it felt like jail.