Legislation proposing sea-otter bounties will get its first hearing next week. It’s already drawing opposition from environmental groups and the federal marine mammal protection agency.
Tower crane will be used to support construction of SLAM
Across-the-board federal budget cuts are coming, half from the Department of Defense budget; the other half to other federal agency budgets. But how will the cuts will affect Alaska Natives?
An influential Southeast Alaska tribal leader says he supports banning assault weapons. Tlingit-Haida Central Council President Ed Thomas says the proposed ban should not be considered a gun-rights issue.
It was exactly a hundred years ago when Alaska first began to exercise a form of self-government.
Nick Golodoff, author of the book Attu Boy, passed away earlier this month at the age of 77. His memoir about the World War II internment of the Aleut village by the Japanese brought attention to one of the most obscure corners of American history.
The Yup’ik village of Newtok, situated between the Newtok and Ninglick rivers in southwest Alaska, is facing destruction.
The Association of Village Council Presidents would like its tribes to be able to prosecute non-tribal members in their local courts.
Former state Senator Albert Kookesh was medevaced to Anchorage Monday morning after suffering a heart attack.
Alaskans marked Elizabeth Peratrovich Day on Saturday, in honor of the Tlingit woman whose testimony to the territorial legislature helped pass an Anti-Discrimination Act in 1945. A small crowd gathered at the Alaska State Museum in Juneau to hear a talk from Barbara Cadiente-Nelson, a board member of Sealaska Native Corporation and the Douglas Indian…