The town’s public library got creative when it had to close during the pandemic, partnering with a radio station to bring a popular story hour to preschoolers stuck at home.
Sealaska Heritage Institute says the company violated copyright and American Indian arts protection laws in selling a knit coat with a design borrowed from indigenous culture.
Emmitt Peters Sr., an Alaska Native who won the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race as a rookie in 1975, has died at age 79 in his home village of Ruby.
Reports of intentional and unintentional feedings have come from Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough.
Instead of building a bridge, the Denali Borough wants the state to remove the bus, which has become a destination for travelers seeking to retrace the steps of Christopher McCandless.
The husband of a woman who died after visiting the old bus in which wanderer Christopher McCandless’ body was found is proposing a footbridge over the raging Teklanika River.
Military prosecutors allege that 21-year-old Ethan Tucker beat Ethan Kelch, 19, and left him in frigid water, where he drowned.
The lawsuit says Cody Eyre was intoxicated and suicidal and police should have used non-lethal options, such as calling in mental health professionals, to diffuse the situation.
A growing number of Arctic underground cellars are being rendered unreliable as global warming and other modern factors force changes to an ancient way of life.
Every fall, heavy storms test Seward’s antiquated flood-control system, leading to fears of a major disaster should it finally fail after nearly eight decades of diverting a fast-moving creek away from its historical route through town.
Iditarod CEO Rob Urbach said the Iditarod and PETA both care about animal welfare, and he hopes the two can find common ground through education about the race and treatment of the dogs.
The school’s principal says the notes were found Monday, one day after a school senior died by suicide.
Australians at an international police convention were far from home, but they didn’t want to miss an official day to honor their fallen officers.
A 19-year-old seaman was found unresponsive in January along the shore of an island near Dutch Harbor.
An independent review has found credible accusations of past sexual misconduct against seven clergy members of the Diocese of Juneau.