The Alaska Public Offices Commission voted unanimously to conduct a full investigation before hearing the case in February.
He is Pup EL2306 — proper name to be determined — a sea otter found alone and malnourished and taken to the Alaska Sealife Center.
Using old recordings, language experts are documenting birth speakers' hand gestures that have contextual meaning in Lingít.
Money given to villagers in Kenya has stronger benefits delivered as a lump sum, similar to Alaska PFDs, than it does as monthly payments.
Advocates say that until 2018, no one institution had put together a statewide list of cases involving missing and murdered Indigenous persons.
Under the amendment, Prince of Wales Island residents affected by the Nov. 20 storm that hit Wrangell now qualify for state disaster relief.
Police say an officer fired on Ryan A. Hunt, who was wanted on a felony warrant, before he jumped from a second-story window Wednesday.
Derek Heller was never found after the Nov. 20 slide that killed four other members of his family and 65-year-old Otto Florschutz.
Current and former Reps. David Eastman and Christopher Kurka were accused of allowing a visitor to improperly use state resources.
Some Assembly members took issue with Bronson’s stated rationale for the cuts. They debated the veto overrides for about a half-hour.
Local officials say at 20 degrees or colder, drivers should plug in cars' engine heaters to reduce both carbon monoxide and wear on vehicles.
Alaska's second-largest school district has been hit with a third lawsuit in as many weeks, this time for restraint and seclusion practices.
The backlog affects more than 10% of the state's roughly 92,000 SNAP recipients. State officials say they're pausing applicant interviews to catch up.
Joseph Emerson faces 84 counts of endangering the Horizon Air jet and those aboard, after jurors didn't indict him on attempted-murder charges.
The White House is hosting the 11th tribal summit this week. Interior Secretary Haaland says the administration has focused on co-management.
400 military officers were just promoted. Sen. Sullivan says the confirmation blockade shouldn’t have lasted so long.
Sen. Tuberville has blocked every military confirmation vote since February to protest an abortion policy. He finally relented.
Tourism Manager Alexandra Pierce says the cruise industry may be willing to discuss ship-free days, ship size limits or a daily visitor cap.
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