The state of Alaska officially calls the continent’s highest peak by the native name Denali. Mount McKinley – which is what the federal government calls the mountain – sits inside Denali National Park.
The revised Sealaska land bill will have its first Senate hearing on Thursday.
At its annual convention last October, Alaska Federation of Natives delegates adopted a proclamation that Alaska Natives would use every political and legal means to achieve full and lasting federal protection of the Native hunting, fishing, and gathering way of life, and co-management of subsistence resources. Here’s what AFN’s doing to address the issue. Nelson…
The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday released some details about the effect of the national sequestration budget cuts in Alaska.
The time has come to stop talking and start acting when it comes to changes in the Arctic. That was the message of a talk to the Juneau World Affairs Council this week by Alaska Dispatch owner and publisher Alice Rogoff.
The U.S. Senate will vote today whether to begin debate on a package of new gun regulations.
President Obama unveiled his 2014 budget proposal Wednesday, calling it is a “fiscally responsible blueprint” that can help grow the economy and shrink deficits.
The Air Force has grounded the 18th Aggressor Squadron at Eielson Air Force Base due to federal budget restrictions.
Some legislators hope to find ways to get around federal prohibitions on establishing sea-otter bounties.
Administrative Judge Benjamin Gutman reversed the suspensions of former prosecutors Joseph Bottini and James Goeke.