Lyndsey Brollini, KTOO - Juneau
At the mock election in Juneau, participants could only pick one M&M — that’s how Alaska’s new primary will work.
If the requirement is eliminated, Sealaska estimates that about 10,000 more people would be eligible to enroll.
Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee are pushing for a vote tonight on moving her nomination to the full Senate and hope to get Jackson confirmed before they go on Easter recess this weekend.
Anchorage woman searches for family at former boarding school: ‘The rest of me is still in Pennsylvania’
Mary Kininnook's family has been looking for her for decades.
Tlingit activist recalls history of Indigenous women protecting the Tongass: ‘The momentum has only grown’
It has been 21 years since the 2001 Roadless Rule for the Tongass National Forest was first established.
Tracy Day's family hasn't given up on finding out what happened to her.
“The beauty of coming back together, no matter the space, is that everyone wants to make it work,” Riverbend Elementary School teacher Lindsay Baranovic said.
Juneau residents who are running out of heating oil are experiencing delays in refilling their tanks. Meanwhile temperatures are in the single digits and, with wind chill, some nights it’s dipping below zero.
Flight delays and cancellations have tangled travelers' plans and led to baggage confusion.
During the pandemic, some Indigenous language learning groups saw a boost in enrollment.
The restaurant is an Alaska take on a classic Russian comfort food. It started in Juneau and recently expanded to Anchorage.
Lingít artist and Juneau local Kaasteen Jill Meserve recently had her beadwork featured in the Native comedy series “Reservation Dogs.” Even though there are only a handful of episodes out right now, the show is the talk of the Native community.
The race will be on Aug. 7, 2022, and it will include a 2.4-mile swim in Auke Lake, a 112-mile bike ride and a 26.2-mile marathon in the Mendenhall Valley.
As demand for the vaccine slows, providers are looking for creative ways to entice Alaskans to get vaccinated.
During World War II, the U.S. government forced Unangax̂ people to live in an internment camp in Funter Bay on Admiralty Island; 30-40 people died and are buried in a cemetery there.
Around 20 women, trans and nonbinary-identifying people gathered at the Pipeline to skateboard.
Bill protecting Unangax̂ cemetery in Southeast Alaska passes Legislature, awaits Dunleavy’s signature
When the Japanese military invaded the Aleutians during World War II, the U.S. government forced Unangax̂ people to live in two internment camps in Southeast Alaska. They were held there for two years and were not provided with basic necessities like clean water.
Posts about missing and murdered Indigenous people disappeared from Instagram. The company says it was a mistake.
The morning after Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day, Iñupiaq advocate Jacquii Lambert noticed that half of her stories she’d shared on Instagram about that day had disappeared. The company says it wasn't targeting advocates.