U.S. District Court Judge Dabney Friedrich ruled Wednesday that the Interior department was justified in concluding the tribe does not have governmental authority over a particular land parcel near Eklutna village.
The state has seen cases skyrocket over the past few weeks as its vaccination rate lags and the super-contagious delta variant continues spreading.
Ninety-one percent of eligible St. Paul residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to city officials.
A program focused on bridging the gap between Indigenous knowledge and Western science is entering its second year at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
The number of northern fur seals in the Bering Sea has dropped by around 70% since the 1970s.
In the Y-K Delta, health care providers worry that the state’s overwhelmed hospitals could mean that if someone gets injured, medical care might not be available to them.
A new study published Wednesday suggests the pandemic has allowed many bird species to stretch their wings.
State health officials reported another 41 Juneau residents who have tested positive for COVID-19,
Alaska broke its daily COVID-19 record on Wednesday,
Over half of all beds at Central Peninsula Hospital are now occupied by COVID-19 patients and the hospital is almost a third overcapacity,
A deadline has passed for local candidates and issues groups all over the state to disclose their campaign finances ahead of local elections on Oct. 5,
At the latest Juneau COVID-19 community update, people had a lot of questions. Juneau health officials spent about an hour answering them,
Gov. Mike Dunleavy painted a stark picture of the state’s COVID-19 woes as a surge in cases of the Delta variant of COVID-19 put hospitals in crisis mode. He announced Wednesday the state has contracted 400 additional healthcare workers from the Lower-48.
Getting families more involved in patient care: That’s one of goals of Bartlett Regional Hospital. On Tuesday’s Juneau Afternoon, how these partnerships speed-up the healing process. Also on Tuesday’s show: All it takes is a pair of tennis shoes – and a commitment to walk or run — to help St. Vincent de Paul raise…
An Alaska judge sentenced the man who killed 10-year-old Kotzebue girl Ashley Johnson-Barr in 2018 to a 99-year sentence Tuesday.