Adelyn Baxter, KTOO - Juneau
Indigenous performers from across Alaska, the U.S. and the world will play over the course of three days.
As Juneau residents displaced by flooding figure out what’s next, some are being reunited with personal belongings they likely believed lost forever.
Mercer, Juneau's first Alaska Native police chief, is retiring after more than 20 years of service in the state's capital.
It's billed as the only Indigenous music festival in the country.
Juneau residents and business owners say they’ve been having phone problems for the last few days.
Juneau Rep. Sara Hannan and other House minority members are filing for reelection early so they can fundraise around a potential special session.
This year's Cama-i was the first full-scale festival since 2019.
Juneau School District Superintendent Bridget Weiss has announced that she plans to resign at the end of the school year.
For Indigenous artists from across the state and Outside, last weekend's Alaska Federation of Natives convention in Anchorage was a welcome return to the market circuit.
Regular bingo nights have started up again at the Filipino Community Hall in downtown Juneau after a two-year hiatus. On a recent Thursday evening, the bingo hall was buzzing.
Two propositions, repealing mandatory disclosure of Juneau real-estate sale prices and authorizing borrowing to build a new City Hall, could be decided by fewer than 40 votes.
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