An Alaska bishop offered a series of apologies in the wake of a review that disclosed reports of sexual misconduct by 14 men who worked for the Archdiocese of Anchorage.
Dennis Weston worked in Juneau from 2005 through 2012 before moving to Anchorage’s McLaughlin Youth Center.
This summer, former KDLG reporter Sage Smiley was staying with the station’s community advisory board chairperson and her husband. In July, Smiley found a camera in the room she was staying in.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski says collecting data is key.
The law is an array of programs and policies that Congress first passed in 1994 and has renewed about every five years. But the most recent version has expired,
The community has never had a domestic violence shelter.
A Senate-approved spending bill would direct the Bureau of Indian Affairs to coordinate with law enforcement agencies and develop guidelines for data collection.
In response to concerns about monitoring service Bark for Schools, the Juneau School District is providing options to families.
The Alaska Federation of Natives convention heard remarks by both of Alaska’s U.S. senators and voted on a number or resolutions, one of which sparked a contentious debate on climate change.
A judge has declared a crisis in the state’s courts, saying turnover among public defenders is delaying criminal trials and denying justice for victims and defendants alike.