Jeremy Hsieh, KTOO - Juneau
The new signage is a nod to Juneau's indigenous people and culture; part of a string of similar public gestures, big and small.
Parents Cecelia Williams and Christina Vazquez reflected on their daughter’s life, and the turn it took in the year or so leading up to the crash.
Sealaska Heritage to release collection of lullabies, children’s book, in three Alaska Native languages
“Cradle Songs of Southeast Alaska” features lullabies in the languages of three Southeast Alaska Indigenous groups.
City and Borough of Juneau collects enough in the five-month cruise ship season from passengers to pay each permanent resident over $700. It doesn’t. So where does it all go?
Huna Totem Corp. brought a Las Vegas rock and roll show to Juneau last month, and Alaska left quite an impression on one of the performers. Johnny Solinger poses with...
Applicants to a carbon offset program in Juneau hope to replace older home heating systems with an efficient, zero-emission system.
A new berth would create openings for other ships at the city-owned berths Norwegian currently uses.
The cultural nonprofit hopes to break ground on the project in June 2020.
ToshCo is flying milk and eggs into the town of about 450 people as an emergency measure, which will roughly double their retail prices.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy unveiled line-item vetoes the administration says amounts to another $391 million in cuts beyond the Legislature’s budget.
In Juneau, a particular type of recreational mining has been picking up at a special beach in recent years. Mining histories identify the sand there as the century-old tailings of the Alaska-Gastineau Mining Company.
Workplace anti-discrimination agency sues Costco’s free sample company, alleges ADA violations in Juneau
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleges Club Demonstration Services denied a Juneau employee extra bathroom breaks to accommodate her medical condition in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The Alaska Court System takes in and maintains hard copies of millions of pages of documents annually. It’s been trying to upgrade to an electronic, paper-on-demand system for years.
The incident became one of the TSA’s latest pun-laden social media posts about absurd things people take with them when they fly.
Over the last several decades, the population of the Matanuska and Susitna valleys has grown dramatically. With that boom has come political power — and the rise of a particular brand of conservatism.
After the sponsors get some official documents, they’ll have one year to collect more than 28,000 qualified signatures to put the question to voters in 2020.
Theodolites, semaphore, trigonometry and some “Big Lebowski” references — everything you wanted to know about the peace sign and a few things you didn’t.