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Budget-cutting measure has ties to Senate’s plan to reduce PFDs — but it’s not a trade-off, leaders say
The move goes into effect immediately, according to the tribe’s president.
Southeast athlete pushed Alaska competitors to their sporting limits.
DENALI NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE — A Denali National Park and Preserve employee died when he was caught in an avalanche while skiing in the… Continue reading
“We want answers — our families deserve answers on what happened to our people.”
The bill advances as recent national data shows declining test scores on the topic.
Bill by Juneau lawmaker adds more officially recognized dialects, expands preservation council’s role
“I join in raising awareness about an injustice that was once invisible.”
The Juneau Empire won 11 Alaska Press Club awards at its annual banquet, which took place five days after the newspaper announced a cutback in… Continue reading
Authorities say man used Snapchat to obtain sexually explicit photos, videos from teen in Alaska.
The bill would limit units to one per person beginning January 2025.
The bill will now head to the House.
Senators say recognition of tribes was overdue.
Senate Bill 87 aims to make locally milled lumber more widely available for the construction of housing in Alaska
This is the new reality.
Mother said her son loved his country and his family and lifted others up.
Four majority members vote no on “75-25” bill, making it vulnerable to veto or other politicking.
It’s expected to have its final reading Wednesday.
‘When I looked at them it was like looking at my past and my elders’
The U.S. Army has grounded aviation units for training after 12 soldiers died within the last month in helicopter crashes in Alaska and Kentucky, the… Continue reading