Yvonne Krumrey, KTOO - Juneau
Anyone who identifies as a woman or non-binary can play. Participants say it’s often more fun than the co-ed tournaments.
KTOO's Yvonne Krumrey spoke with anthology editors Ted Van Alst and Shane Hawk about the instability at the heart of the horror genre.
Sealaska Heritage Institute President Kaaháni Rosita Worl proposed the change in April.
Derek Bos, currently the police chief in Eagle, Colo., was one of two finalists for Juneau police chief along with JPD Lt. Krag Campbell.
“Kuhaantí” tells the story of a young orphaned girl named Saháan who is taken in by a powerful family and learns about the value of respect.
The Sealaska Heritage Institute put up storyboards to protect the poles installed this year, after summer images of their mistreatment by tourists.
Chilkat weaver Sainteen Anna Brown Ehlers plans to fund the project with her $50,000 award as Rasmuson's Distinguished Artist for 2023.
Officials say that the wreckage location, in an area with deep crevasses, is permanently inaccessible.
At the Bearcade, a recently opened games bar in Juneau, David Elrod enforces the rules and pretty much smokes the other players.
Clayton McMartin, 59, and Melissa McMartin, 58, from Texas were believed to be on the plane.
Alaska Native leaders spoke to church leaders about the harm religious organizations have done to Lingít communities through language suppression and violence at boarding schools.
The Coast Guard, Rescue Coordination Center and Wrangell St. Elias National Park are working together to identify the wreckage and look for possible survivors.
Jeffrey Fultz now faces 19 counts of felony sexual assault and misdemeanor harassment, some for alleged offenses dating back to 2014.
Both men say Bradley Earl Reger’s trips to Echo Ranch gave him access to children with little or no supervision from other adults.
The former NBA star spoke on KTOO's "Culture Rich Conversations" about growing up in Juneau, his early career and what he's learned.
The state medical examiner's office said methamphetamines caused the third death aboard the Dusty Rose, with bodies found May 31 and June 3.
Bradley Earl Reger volunteered at the camp starting in the 1970s. A former Juneau resident says Reger met him there, then abused him elsewhere.
On Friday, hundreds gathered to watch Juneau Drag’s first appearance at the Southeast Alaska State Fair in Haines.
Juneau police say the 17-year-old boy was with two friends when he jumped into the long-flooded mining shaft and did not return to shore.