Officials in Indonesia say bad weather on Wednesday has stopped the search for the AirAsia jetliner that went missing Sunday.
A longtime state lawmaker resigned, Alaska Native languages were recognized as official state languages, and a price war for airline tickets.
Eaglecrest Ski Area managers turn on the snow-making guns to make a base.
Both boys charged with chasing down a herd of muskox before killing several of the animals just outside of Brevig Mission have now reached a deal.
Gov. Bill Walker has delegated his authority on the Point Thomson lawsuit to his lieutenant governor, while still leaving open the possibility of his involvement.
Gov. Bill Walker has made his final decision on his administration and education commissioner.
Stanwood Anthony Whitely was found early Saturday morning on Front Street.
Wednesday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, the Capital Steps year in Review.
The 114th Congress convenes on Jan. 6 and GOP leaders are preparing their to-do list for the new year, when they will control both chambers.
The year in news in Southeast Alaska can be summed up by three topics: mining, timber and elections.