Two state senators are paying a visit to an elementary school in Salt Lake City on Thursday, after reports emerged that the school had served meals to dozens of students — only to throw them away after a cashier confirmed their accounts had an outstanding balance.
Shell announced on Thursday that it has called off its plan to do exploratory oil and gas drilling in Arctic waters off Alaska this year – and what it will do in future years is not clear.
A campaign by Senator Lisa Murkowski to lift the decades-old ban on crude oil exports got its first hearing in Washington today.
The winners will receive up to $40,000 in seed money for consulting services to help execute their business plans.
Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
Paul Dorman and Nathan Bodenstaat, from UAS housing will give an update on the … more
The asteroid belt, a ring of rubble between Mars and Jupiter, has sometimes been written off as discarded leftovers from the solar system's start. But new research published in the journal Nature shows that the belt actually formed during an unruly later era, when planets themselves were on the move.
This month is Juneau’s wettest January on record, according to the National Weather Service. The capital city received 10.15 inches of rain
Sarah Conarro’s installation, “Nice Looking,” will culminate Thursday, January 30th, and Friday, January 31st at the Rookery in Juneau. A collaboration with Julian Bozeman, a … more
"Being here in America, it’s very different - having your freedom, having your choices, do whatever you want to. I can’t explain it but it’s so different," says Haytham Mohanna.
CBJ officials determine that halfway houses are not allowed on Malissa Drive