Jeremy Hsieh, KTOO - Juneau
The Department of Transportation is enforcing a state law that forbids posting most signs in its right of way along state roads.
A "data hobbyist" says he found scores of examples of people voting more than once. But the Division of Elections says none of those votes were counted.
Juneau officials say that anyone who has been in any Juneau bar over the last week should get tested for COVID-19.
When the Juneau school district recently surveyed parents with school children, more than a third said they’re likely or highly likely to leave their kids home alone.
Attorneys for the family of a man fatally shot by a Juneau police officer last December are highlighting audio of the officer talking to himself before the shooting. The attorneys argue that what the officer says shows the officer’s state of mind and indicates that killing Kelly Stephens was planned.
Basically, the idea is when conditions worsen, restrictions would automatically tighten. When conditions improve, restrictions would automatically relax.
The Juneau School District offices. (Photo by Heather Bryant/KTOO) The Juneau School District will begin on Aug. 24 with no in-person instruction. Juneau School District...
The answer involves heavy duty bags and helicopters.
The assemblymember who introduced the ordinance says he envisions a panel of experts in social justice.
While it's scaled down, business owners are still finding tourists to serve - just not the same hoards of cruise ship passengers.
A nurse consultant with the Division of Public Health says that testers will often leave their posts if there are no out-of-state flights scheduled to arrive.
Sealaska Heritage Institute gave Brian Wallace a heads up the other day to make sure he was watching the television coverage of Celebration.
The city is planning to give a subsidy worth half of what childcare providers would get if they were at capacity, up to $500 per month.
Mallott is best known to the public for his role as Lieutenant Governor, but he has had profound influence on the state through his decades of work with the Permanent Fund Corporation and his instrumental role in negotiating a revenue-sharing piece of the 1971 ANCSA legislation.
The Juneau Airport Board’s decision last Thursday to put its share of CARES Act funding into operations, and nothing for big-ticket capital construction, means Juneau may be forgoing millions of dollars.
Telehealth had been steadily expanding in Alaska for years, but fewer regulations during the coronavirus have allowed it to boom.
Small businesses could be eligible for up to $50,000
The Port of Seattle made a decision to suspend its cruise ship season earlier this week, but cruise ships were already banned from sailing after Canada shut its ports earlier this month.
Alaska’s chief medical officer and an epidemiologist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say more evidence is coming that will inform policymakers’ public health mandates.
Beginning Monday, many travelers coming to Juneau will be mandated to self-quarantine for 14 days.