Quintillion’s CEO is in Nome Thursday night to share more construction details with the public.
Joshua Sours III was shot and killed on Friday. Charged with the fatal shooting are Brandon M. Nelson, Tony Jackson, and Frank J. Jackson Jr.
Teck Alaska, operator of Red Dog Mine, filed a legal complaint against the Northwest Arctic Borough about a tax that would nearly triple the mine’s annual payment to the borough.
Emily looks back at her year, which has been the toughest one yet, but also the most notable.
Larry Kobuk died in January after being restrained at the Anchorage Correctional Complex. His was one of many inmate deaths that led Gov. Bill Walker to call for a review of Alaska’s Department of Corrections.
After hosting the 2015 Northern Conference Wrestling Tournament, Nome-Beltz will send 10 of its wrestlers to State Championships in Anchorage.
Walker’s administration is releasing $3.6 million in previously set-aside funds to start an environmental assessment of the 200-mile road to copper, gold deposits in the northwest.
Sivoy Miklahook is only authorized to be in Russia through mid-November. Now, people are scrambling to bring him home while grappling with the complexities of international travel across the Bering Strait.
October’s episode of Story49 shines the spotlight on Nikaitchuat Ilisagviat, an Inupiaq language immersion preschool in Kotzebue.
Our corner of Alaska was host to an historic visit last month. President Barack Obama’s trip to our state marked the first time a sitting president visited the Arctic — or anywhere in bush Alaska — and thanks to you, KNOM news was on the front lines both before and during this unprecedented trip.