Last Thursday, an employee at Denali National Park made a disturbing discovery while driving to the site of the landslide on the Park Road.
Can Southeast’s timber industry survive while only logging second-growth forests? An Oregon research group says it can. And it could happen sooner than many expect.
Officer Matthew Tokuoka's widow filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging negligence, loss of consortium, breach of contract
A smart young bear eluded authorities Tuesday morning, crawling out of a dumpster just before they arrived.
http://www.ktoo.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Juneau-PM-10-30-13.mp3Wednesday at 3 on KTOO-FM, Anne Fuller hosts.
We’ll talk with Theatre in the rough’s Aaron Ellmore, about their new production, The Ladies of … more
Juneau’s Eaglecrest is on to the second round of the Ski Town Throwdown.
A 2008 law that lets parents surrender newborn children at places like hospitals and fire stations, no questions asked, has never been used.
The 16-day partial shutdown of the federal government and the wrangling in Washington over the nation's finances combined to shake consumers' confidence sharply in October, the private Conference Board reported Tuesday morning.
See the new collection of quilts from The Monday Night Sewing Circle & The Gold Street Quilters.
The KTOO Used Record, CD, and Video Sale is coming soon!