Jun 18, 2014
Copper Center woman enters embezzlement case pleas
A 41-year-old Copper Center woman has entered guilty pleas related to charges accusing her of embezzling more than $20,000 from an Alaska Native village.
Why This Woman Went To Jail For Her Cat
When Kristina Clark's cat Ninja fell ill this winter, the desperate pet-owner would stop at nothing to get him medical attention - even if that meant trudging over avalanche debris and ultimately winding up in jail.
Anchorage Daily News
Alaska Native rapper shares positive message with young people
Johns grew up in Copper Center, a depressed Alaska village on the road system. He cites the availability of liquor in the village as one of the downfalls of the community.
Native craft co-op opens in Juneau building
Less than a year after ending 38 A1 2 years in the prison system, Don Morgan is meditating, doing yoga and opening a co-op for Alaska Native arts in Juneau .