Yvonne Krumrey, KTOO - Juneau
State officials say 48 kits have been logged into the system so far since its June launch, and 33 survivors have used the system to track their status.
Rodriguez drowned when his kayak capsized on Mendenhall Lake.
Every year, a fairy forest pops up ever so briefly along Juneau's Evergreen Avenue. This year, visitors were greeted by a fairy tollbox.
Rail workers at White Pass and Yukon Route, Skagway’s biggest employer and a major tourist attraction, have voted to authorize a strike.
The whales were spotted Monday at Fritz Cove and Taku Inlet, entangled in a crab pot line and gillnet gear respectively.
Daryna Berdnyk and Vitalii Kyryliuk are the third Ukrainian family to be sponsored by Juneau residents helping refugees hoping to resettle in town.
A thousand people gathered at Auke Bay in Juneau on Saturday to welcome the Hōkūle‘a and her crew to Juneau.
Dean took her Alaska post Friday. She serves under Adm. Linda Fagan, the Coast Guard's first female commandant.
The Polynesian Voyaging Society will take the Hōkūle‘a — a twin-hulled, wind-powered canoe — over 40,000 miles around the globe.
The issue relates to a 2020 incident when a sign posted at Juneau’s Fred Meyer stated that tribal IDs would not be accepted for tobacco sales.
Police said there were no immediate signs of foul play.
Cook is the third person to die in Alaska Department of Corrections custody this year. And his death fits a pattern.
Two local businesses made statements supporting the trans community and condemning illustrator Mitch Watley’s alleged actions.
Mitchell Watley is widely known as the illustrator of the popular Alaska children’s book “I Would Tuck You In.”
Juneau police arrested 47-year-old Mitchell Thomas Watley on one felony count of terroristic threatening on Sunday.
Jeffrey Fultz was arraigned Wednesday after two more women accused him of assaulting them under the guise of medical treatment.
The higher valuations don't necessarily mean higher property taxes, as the Juneau Assembly has yet to set a mill rate.
The holiday is recognized nationally, and by 24 other states, on June 19.
Last week, Juneau joined a program that commits to making the city more livable for seniors.