Police are investigating. After KTOO contacted the Anti-Defamation League for comment, the organization said it would reach out to Dzántik’i Héeni to offer support.
Ian Hartman says he wants people who read his book to see the value in the state’s diversity. He’s expanding on his 2020 book with a new edition, “Black Lives in Alaska: A History of African Americans in the Far Northwest,” set to come out this fall.
About 30 people gathered on Monday night to share their stories and sing to their missing loved ones.
Telephone links between Tonga and the rest of the world are slowly being reconnected, but they’re unreliable, and the internet is still down.
Slavii is a Russian Orthodox tradition in what’s now Ukraine, but it has a long history in communities around the state, including Bristol Bay.
A note left with the newborn said the family could not care for the baby, who was wrapped in a blanket inside a cardboard box.
A Fairbanks woman said on social media that she found the child near her home on Friday and that a note left with the baby said the parents had named him Teshawn.
Organizers of a new support group in Juneau have some tips for people who have experienced loss – and for their friends and family – during the holidays.
For many, the winter holidays are a time of togetherness. But they can also be a stark reminder of loss.
Fourteen musical acts will participate in an international Indigenous music festival this weekend.