Rhonda McBride, KNBA - Anchorage
Archpriest Oleksa was laid to rest on Tuesday, after two days of services at St. Innocent’s Cathedral. Alaskans across the state say he touched their lives.
Troopers said Ryan Casey, 45, shot and killed 31-year-old Kelsey Ables and her 7-year-old son Kason at a Wasilla home Monday, then took his own life.
Director Alison Kear says that in her 27 years at Covenant House, she’s never seen anything like the current wave of fentanyl overdoses.
During a Thursday vigil hosted by Covenant House Alaska, Ryna Lealai shared her story of escaping Anchorage's streets at age 17.
As part of Native American Heritage Month, the American Bar Association asked Native women to discuss how they became lawyers and trailblazers.
At a recent fundraiser, the American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska again called attention to the high death rates in Alaska prisons.
Sitka elder calls on Haaland to investigate deaths of Alaska Native children at Outside institutions
Bob Sam asked Interior Secretary Deb Haaland for a full accounting of what happened to Alaska Native children who were sent to schools out of state.
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland helped to raise a healing totem pole in Anchorage, the nation's first dedicated to boarding school survivors.
An exhibit opened Wednesday night at the Dena’ina Center that looks at the work of Bill Hess, and his 40 years of photographing Alaska Native veterans.
Protecting subsistence rights and investigating prison deaths are among this year’s AFN draft resolutions
AFN delegates will consider about 30 proposed resolutions at the federation's annual convention, set to begin Thursday in Anchorage.
AFN has been allowed to intervene in the lawsuit against the state, which claims its management of Kuskokwim River fishing violates federal law.
The 2023 Alaska Federation of Natives convention, preceded by the Elders and Youth Conference, will start in Anchorage in less than two weeks.
The U.S. attorney general says he came to Alaska mainly to listen, but also to give tribes what they’ve wanted for a long time: funding to help build a strong foundation for delivering tribal justice.
TJ Presley, the corporations' first government affairs director, says his job reflects a growing need to educate federal policy makers about them.
Alaskans on the forefront of diversity initiatives have been taking stock following the high court's 6-3 decision last month.
Housing Alaskans: A Public-Private Partnership is working to counter Alaska's lagging home construction and shrinking rental market.
With the Court’s decision to back the right of tribes to oversee child custody cases came a collective sigh of relief among Alaska Native leaders.
The Inupiaq artist, who died on May 31, leaves behind many contemporary art fans who loved his carvings, sculptures, and paintings.
Vera Starbard says she's proud of Alaska Native reporter Roz Friendly's prominent role in the ABC show, which is ending after one season.
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