Stories include two Fairbansk hunters killed in airplane crash, governor declaring a linguistic emergency for 20 Alaska Native languages, and state charges expected in Kotzebue girl’s death.
Stories include a plane crash reported near Igiugig, Association of Village Council Presidents opposing Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court, and a preview of a Kids Vote event in Juneau this weekend.
Stories include a rural Alaska success in energy generation and a public hearing on an upcoming ballot initiative.
Stories include federal assistance for Alaska to fight the opioid epidemic and a rally in downtown Juneau protesting against the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Stories include a new 10 year agreement between U.S. and Canadian for managing transboundary salmon stocks, University of Alaska regents consider $351 million budget, and early voting is underway for the October 2 municipal election.
Stories include continuing search for 10 year old girl in Kotzebue and a frost advisory for Juneau tonight.
Imagine a wave as tall as the ConocoPhillips building in downtown Anchorage. It happened just three years ago in Southeast Alaska. A new scientific paper makes the case that climate change could increase the likelihood of these events.
Stories include walruses hauling out near Point Lay, Alaska Federation of Natives opposing nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for U.S Supreme Court, and University of Alaska Board of Regents holding their meeting this week in Juneau.
Charlie Chang worked with Anchorage Republican Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux, whose district includes parts of the Muldoon neighborhood and Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.
Stories include a red king crab commercial season called off for Southeast Alaska this year, $3 million in housing grants awarded to Southeast Alaska Native organizations, and Sealaska Corporation endorsing incumbent Gov. Bill Walker and Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott for reelection.