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Babies show off family history and culture in regalia contest

During the World Eskimo Indian Olympics, there are many sporting events, but there are also events focused on native culture. On Thursday, the native baby regalia contest was held for families to show off their regalia passed down from generation to generation.

The trial for a man accused of sexual assault at a high school prom in 2018 started yesterday.

Citizens voiced opinion on a bill that calls to overturn the governor's vetoes and provide a $929 PFD.

Fishing Report for July 18th.

Alaska attorney general defends veto of court system funding

Dunleavy amends special session call, moves site to Juneau

Galvin announces she will again challenge Young for US House



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