A unique unit comprised of members of the Alaska Army and Air National Guard was in Juneau last week to demonstrate their capabilities to local officials. The 103rd Civil Support Team based out of Fort Richardson was created to identify potential weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and other hazardous materials during an accident or possible attack.
- A street in Juneau is a popular locale for residents and tourists alike. South Franklin Street particularly is home to several bars, shops and a rich history. But some wonder how that street got its name.
- Senate President Pete Kelly said he plans to hold votes on the nominees before the legislative session ends.
- Trump's plans to consider scaling back national monuments likely won’t affect Alaska, but the president still gave a shout out to the state in his speech.
- By the end of the century, researchers predict climate change could displace millions of people across the country. As policymakers start to grapple with that reality, there's a specific phrase making the rounds: "managed retreat."