Jeremy Hsieh, KTOO - Juneau
Dennis Egan was well-known and well-liked for his fairness, gruff voice and mischievous personality.
Experienced cruisers want the public to know that lots of passengers are getting infected, and they’re left in the dark about outbreaks on board.
Cruise ships report a lot of COVID data to the authorities, but very little of the information is public
Most cruise ships participating in the CDC's COVID cruise ship program are in the orange category. That could mean a handful of people are sick, or hundreds.
Delta’s booking site shows flights will continue after Labor Day with a somewhat smaller, lower capacity Airbus plane.
Jackson had committed back in December to headline the bar association’s annual convention.
On Wednesday, the Juneau Assembly narrowly approved spending an extra $500,000 to bring the gondola to Juneau.
Juneau’s elected officials have an anti-war message for sister city Vladivostok. But figuring out how to deliver it is its own challenge.
Before her nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson committed to headline the Alaska Bar Association’s annual convention.
State and local authorities say they're investigating the shooting.
Lisa Murkowski is Alaska’s senior senator, serving since late 2002. She typically takes questions from state lawmakers on the floor after her address.
In the Alaska community with one of the highest electric vehicle ownership rates in the country, there are just four publicly available fast charging stations.
Our partners at KTOO are streaming the State of the State address live at 7 p.m.
All Eaglecrest employees got a pay bump. So far this season, the ski area has had record revenue.
With fewer monoclonal antibody treatments available that work with the omicron variant, it's tough for Alaskans to find treatment if they find themselves sick with COVID-19.
The roofs of at least two buildings in Juneau have failed, apparently due to heavy snow loads. Emergency responders confirmed both buildings were vacant.
People in Juneau must mask up in indoor public spaces again. Masks must also be worn in outdoor public spaces when it’s crowded.
Home test kit results aren’t necessarily captured in state pandemic data, which impacts other public health systems officials have been using to manage the pandemic.
Labor shortages, especially for low-paying jobs, have been common this past year across many industries. On the mountain in Juneau, starting pay for lift operators, food service workers and others is below the state minimum wage.
The service is currently available at airports across the state. Earlier on in the pandemic, the state mandated testing for people coming to Alaska from out of state. At the end of April, testing became optional.