Jackie Hong

KDFN launches civil suit against man repairing broken cars on Old Village land

First Nation says it’s been asking Tim Smith to clear the land since 2013

Despite strong Alaska numbers, Yukon First Nations reporting low chinook returns

‘We don’t want to be like the cod fishery in the East Coast’

Accused in Whitehorse fentanyl bust granted bail

Judge Michael Cozens granted bail to Jibril Hosh Jibril Thursday afternoon

Waiving publication bans in sexual assault trials rare but not unheard of

Michelle Stimson chose not to keep her identity secret

Man charged with kidnapping, sexual assault in Whitehorse appears in court

Philip Tyler Reid, 25, faces charges of kidnapping and sexual assault

Whitehorse RCMP confiscated package of 535 fentanyl tablets in April

Jibril Hosh Jibril, 26, charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking in June

Appeal dismissed for Yukon man with ‘fuck the police’ tattoo

Christopher Cornell was found guilty of robbing a Haines Junction store, shooting at a police truck

Family ties: Indigenous artists explore their roots in new shows

‘It’s who I am, who we are as people’

JDS Silver and two former workers in legal spat over dismissal

Ex-employees claim wrongful firing, but company says their actions led to dangerous situation at northern B.C. mine

Pilot suffers minor injuries after helicopter crash in Atlin

Chopper went down shortly after takeoff

David Laxton, former Yukon Speaker, stands trial for sexual assault

Two-day trial wraps up Aug. 8, verdict expected in October

Swept away by the river, Yukon couple rescued by RCMP at Haines Junction say they’re ‘very lucky’

Reinhard and Christin Bruengger were stranded at their cabin after the Jarvis River rose too high

Whitehorse parking meter tickets brought in $1.4M since 2014

The city issued more than 62,000 parking meter tickets over the past three and a half years

It’s a zoo: Animal issues make up most Whitehorse bylaw complaints

‘We’re not out there looking for it just because we don’t have the capacity to do that’

Yukon sends more firefighters to B.C.

Yukon Wildland Fire Management is sending additional firefighting personnel down to British…

Facing Whitehorse’s red-hot housing market, Stratford Motel residents wonder where to go

‘I don’t want to wind up on the street, especially now with my age and my health. I won’t last a year’

First chinook of the season spotted at Whitehorse fish ladder

Salmon-gazing season is almost upon us

Blood Ties Four Directions holds BBQ for hep C awareness

Baby boomers, people who share needles most at risk of contracting disease

Don’t get too excited about chinook salmon numbers yet, officials warn

‘I am cautiously optimistic, but again, emphasis on the caution’