Rashah McChesney, KTOO - Juneau
As US and Canada uncover Indigenous school history, survivors, their children and allies mark Orange Shirt day in Juneau
Sept. 30 is a National Day of Remembrance for U.S. Indian Boarding Schools. The day was born in Canada — when a residential school survivor told the story of wearing an orange shirt that her grandmother bought for her, and then having it stripped off of her when she arrived at a boarding school.
Here's a look at what the first day of classes looked like at two Juneau schools on Monday.
Juneau has 80 active cases of COVID-19 among residents and non-residents. And that has triggered the city’s emergency operations center to raise the local risk level to moderate.
The Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska joined the Alaska Native Medical Center and the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium in requiring the vaccine for employees.
Seven women have accused a former Juneau-area chiropractor of sexually abusing them while he was working at the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium, or SEARHC.
Alaska providers pause use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine while feds investigate rare risk of blood clots
Alaska providers are following the federal recommendation to pause use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines while they figure out the clotting risk.
Inspectors from the state’s health department visited Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau in January after an employee complained of an unsafe workplace.
Two staff members in Alaska’s Senate tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday.
The state health department is rolling out a new program designed to get millions in federal funds directly to boroughs and communities to help them combat COVID-19.
Amanda Price says she was told that the administration is “taking public safety in a different direction.”
At least a dozen people in a Juneau nursing home tested positive for COVID-19, but almost no one showed symptoms.
https://youtu.be/qnV9kV2-enE There are more than 130 legislators and staff in Juneau for the legislative session. The legislature is taking steps to limit the spread of COVID-19. For instance, the Capitol building is closed to the...
Lawmakers are required to be tested for COVID-19 every few days.
State lawmakers in Juneau and local law enforcement are preparing for the possibility of violence after the FBI warned of potential armed protests in each state capital on Sunday.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy is calling the denial a “dangerous precedent” that would harm Alaska’s future.
State Republican Rep. Lance Pruitt lost his legal challenge attempting to overturn the results of his East Anchorage district election. He lost to Democrat challenger Liz Snyder by just 11 votes.
Alaska Landmine owner and journalist Jeff Landfield is suing Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration. He said the administration has violated his constitutional rights by excluding him from Dunleavy’s news conferences.
Dunleavy said the idea is to provide better services for Alaskans as the department has continued to grow.