This is the ninth year the Juneau/Lynn Canal chapter of the Alaska Cabaret, Hotel, Restaurant, and Retailers Association will offer free cab rides home for New Year's.
"Fireworks are not illegal right now; disturbing the peace is," says Erann Kalwara, spokesperson for Juneau Police Department
According to a 2009 poll, around 1% of American adults reported eating no animal products. In 2011 that number rose to 2.5%–more than double, but … more
The ferry system's 50th anniversary and a leadership change at Sealaska are among other top regional stories.
There's shock in the southern Russian city of Volgograd after what appears to have been the second suicide bombing in two days.
The White House released new figures on Sunday that show a surge in the number of Americans who have signed up for health insurance through the federal marketplace.
Coaches' heads are beginning to roll in the National Football League, now that the 2013 regular season is over.
"Bad news: Aurora couldn't get through. Tried twice. Low visibility & heavy ice. Returning to open water. Try again tomorrow?"
It’s quiet in the U.S. Capitol these days, but the pressure is on one groups of lawmakers – the appropriators – among them Alaska’s two senators, Lisa Murkowski and Mark Begich.
Bartlett Regional Hospital turmoil, teachers without a contract, Front Street Clinic saved -- just a few Juneau issues that mark 2013.