Rosemarie Alexander, KTOO - Juneau
Rosemarie Alexander is a reporter at KTOO in Juneau.
Dangerous highways, old bridges and the Alaska Class ferry top the Alaska Statewide Transportation Improvement Program for the next four years.
A miner has been killed in an underground accident at the Kensington Gold Mine. Coeur Alaska is withholding the victim’s name at this time.
Petersburg is on Mitkof Island, where the Wrangell Narrows meet Frederick Sound. Its proposed borough would be about 4-thousand 347 square miles – both land and water.
The Juneau Chamber of Commerce, First Things First Alaska Foundation and 12 other Southeast businesses and organizations will join in the state’s lawsuit against a federal rule that prevents road construction in certain areas of the Tongass National Forest.
Like Juneau, a small Arkansas town is trying to make sense of the death of a 19-year-old Juneau man who was allegedly beaten by four teenage boys while he was visiting their community.
The bodies of two plane crash victims on Juneau’s Douglas Island have finally been recovered.
Weather cleared enough Friday evening for a helicopter to reach the site of a plane wreck on Douglas Island and remove two bodies. Efforts continue to recover the crash debris.
Casey Kelly, KTOO – Juneau
Rosemarie Alexander, KTOO – Juneau
A Juneau teenager has died in Arkansas as a result of injuries sustained in a July 20 random assault.
Poor weather continues to prevent efforts to recover the bodies from a single-engine plane that crashed Sunday on Douglas Island in Juneau.
The victims of that plane crash in Juneau have been identified as a physician’s assistant at the Hoonah clinic and his wife.
Two bodies have been found in the wreckage of a small single-engine plane that crashed Sunday near Eaglecrest Ski Area in Juneau.
Flood waters are starting to recede in Juneau’s Mendenhall Valley, though a National Weather Service flood warning remains in effect until 10 o’clock Thursday night for the Mendenhall Lake and Mendenhall River.
By Rosemarie Alexander, KTOO – Juneau and Marcia Lynn, KBBI – Homer
A small fleet of Seattle-based wooden halibut schooners still work Alaska waters, though they’re nearly a century old.
Fish and Game biologists are testing for the effects of acid mine drainage from the defunct Tulsequah Mine at the headwaters of the Taku River.
Three years after an avalanche severed Juneau from its main source of low-cost power, the capital city remains the international example of conservation.
How residents conserved is the subject of an article in the latest edition of the journal, Energy Policy.
The state of Alaska today released more than 24,000 pages of emails from Sarah Palin’s first 21 months as governor.
Reporters from national television networks and newspapers converged on Juneau earlier this week.
Memorial services for the Reverend Doctor Walter Soboleff will be carried live on statewide television Saturday.
Beginning at 2 p.m., Doctor Soboleff will be remembered at a Grand Camp Alaska Native Brotherhood and Alaska Native Sisterhood service followed by a community memorial.