Many Alaskans take advantage of the wild berries that grow across the state every summer and fall. However, finding them has always been the challenge, which may be becoming more challenging. A recent study published by the U.S.
On the third floor of the court plaza building is Josephine Bahnke's boat. For the new head of the Alaska Division of Elections, it's one of the few touches of her Nome home in her office. "This was one of my going-away presents in Nome," she said.
Alaska is the first state to officially recognize Indigenous Peoples Day. Effective Monday, Gov. Bill Walker proclaimed the second Monday in October Indigenous Peoples Day, following the lead of several cities across the country in recent years.
ANCHORAGE - A fourth young adult has killed himself in less than three weeks in a remote Alaska Native village, the latest in a tragic cycle in which each of the previous three deaths influenced the subsequent one, authorities said.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - A former teaching assistant in Anchorage will spend up to 15 years in prison for possessing and distributing child pornography. 34-year-old Daniel Allan Brown was also sentenced Friday to lifetime supervision.