Authorities have ordered the protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline to clear out — but those who have gathered to support the Standing Rock Sioux tribe are preparing for a long stay.
Citing the $1 million bond required by the court, Stein’s lawyer discontinued the request Saturday. Stein had raised nearly $7 million for recount efforts in three states.
The jury is considering the case of Michael Slager, who shot and killed unarmed motorist Walter Scott in 2015. Jurors told the judge they could not agree, and the judge told them to try one more time.
Legally, recently-retired generals aren’t eligible to serve as Secretary of Defense. While praising George Mattis’ service, some Democrats question whether he should lead the Defense Department.
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U.S. Rep. Don Young says there are similarities between the election of Donald Trump and the 1980 election of Ronald Reagan, which he says came during a period of “malaise” when people lacked hope and wanted change. Young is the…
Bethel’s homeless shelter has opened a week early after a severe wind chill dropped the temperature to 40 below. KYUK-AM reports that Bethel Winter House opened its doors on Monday, almost a week ahead of schedule. The shelter serves meals…
The Alaska Marine Highway System is working to get rid of the state ferry Taku. The Ketchikan Daily News reports that Alaska Department of Transportation spokesman Jeremy Woodrow says the state has not yet decided how it will dispose of…
On paper, the new Inupiat Eskimo name of the nation’s northernmost town is now official. But not so fast. The reality is not so simple. The town was known as Barrow until Thursday, when the new name, Utqiagvik (oot-GHAR’-vik), became…
A Haines man who allegedly shot at and “pistol whipped” another man was arrested Thursday.
The U.S. Coast Guard and Alaska State Troopers are searching for a 34-year-old Port Graham man missing since Wednesday.
The community of Stebbins has been experiencing an ongoing “water crisis” for the better part of this week.
A southwest Alaska man who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a female family member will serve three months and be required to register as a sex offender.