Pablo Arauz Peña, KTOO - Juneau
The Alaska Performance Scholarship and the Alaska Education Grant programs provide students across the state with vital funds for their studies.
Talon Lobaugh owns Everybody’s Tree service, and he really knows how to climb a tree. But he’d never saved a person — until Sunday — when he got a call from the fire department about a paraglider who got stuck between two trees.
The first Tlingit opera is in production. It's about the Tlingit-Russian wars in Southeast Alaska at the start of the 19th century, and while it's still in the early development stage, its creators say...
The legislation consists of six bills that include a statewide ban on chokeholds and a ban on officers shooting at vehicles. Other pieces of the legislation require officers to follow de-escalation procedures and to provide a verbal warning before discharging a firearm.
Native communities in Alaska and around the country responded to a graphic in CNN’s Tuesday election coverage labeling voters that don’t identify as white, Black, Latino or Asian as “something else.”
The district is losing about 11% of its students.
Juneau’s LGBTQ+ community celebrated Pride last week with a series of events focused on advocacy and support for each other.
Retired schoolteacher Janna Lelchuk encountered racist and obscene words in white spray paint on a bridge during a dog walk
The comet will next be seen about 7,000 years from now.
After watching protests unfold for Black lives in Alaska and across the country, Lacey Davis posted a video on Facebook about her experiences of growing up Black in Juneau.
Tlingit and Haida President Richard Chalyee Éesh Peterson said at last count, a little over 40 percent of tribal citizens have reported in the census.
The survey, which is conducted every 2 years, showed that 50% of students reported having access to a loaded gun.
Leaders from Sealaska are asking Alaska's University system to establish UAS as the administrative hub for rural community campuses.
Overall, the flu killed a greater percentage of people in Alaska than in any other state or territory in the U.S. except for Samoa.
Juneau’s parks and recreation department recently started a joke hotline for residents to call in case they need a quick laugh.