Above: Half of the people whose first language is Kodiak Alutiiq have died over the last few years. The Sun’aq tribe estimates that fewer than 20 remain. It is a heavy blow to the endangered language. But that’s not stopping new speakers from learning Alutiiq and passing along a distinct culture and worldview to the next generations. From Kodiak, Claire Stremple and Valerie Kern bring us this story.
More than 100 people move to Sullivan Arena homeless shelter after city closes Centennial Campground
Anchorage homelessness coordinator Alexis Johnson says roughly 100 people are still staying at Centennial Campground.
The Kodiak Fishery debates kick off tonight with some key candidates missing. Another storm heads to some communities affected by last month's flooding. And a new generation of Kodiak Alutiiq speakers is keeping the language alive.
They’re concerned the clear cuts could hurt the town’s tourism industry and make landslides more likely.
Federal and state disaster relief money is available for Western Alaska communities. Here’s how to apply.
Eligible individuals, homeowners and business owners can receive aid.
The competition began in 2014, and has grown into a national phenomenon.
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Should Alaska hold a Constitutional Convention? Both sides of the question make their case | Alaska Insight
Advocates both for and against a constitutional convention discuss why they think Alaskans should or should not support the ballot question.