Home » Entries posted by Heather Bryant (Page 2)

Akutan taking another look at geothermal power

Akutan taking another look at geothermal powerKUCB reported yesterday that a new study on the hot springs powered by Akutan Volcano could be the answer to Akutan's power needs.

CCFR takes a chilly swim to demonstrate ice safety

CCFR takes a chilly swim to demonstrate ice safetyA full house packed the Mendenhall Visitor's Center auditorium this weekend to learn about ice safety

KTOO’s most read stories of 2013

KTOO’s most read stories of 2013KTOO has published thousands of stories on the website this year. Here are the top ten most read stories from 2013.

Updated: Snow storm prompts shift to winter routes

Updated: Snow storm prompts shift to winter routesJuneau school and city buses have switched to winter routes today.

Google Glass gets a spin in Alaska’s extreme weather

Google Glass gets a spin in Alaska’s extreme weatherJennifer Moss is a Google Glass Explorer and she's testing the technology for use in research and education in Alaska.

Sikuliaq departure delayed by technical problems

Sikuliaq departure delayed by technical problemsKUAC reports that technical problems have resulted in the new National Science Foundation vessel over-wintering in the Great Lakes.

Alaska cities have a long way to go in LGBT rights

Alaska cities have a long way to go in LGBT rightsAlaska's three largest cities were included in the recent Municipal Equality Index which measures the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

Snowstorm prompts changes to school, city bus routes

Snowstorm prompts changes to school, city bus routesJuneau is under a winter storm warning from the National Weather Service.

Juneau could have another aurora show tonight

Juneau could have another aurora show tonightLast weekend, Juneau was treated to a rare but brilliant display of the aurora and conditions are right for a repeat performance tonight.

Outdoor skills program gets kids out of the classroom

Outdoor skills program gets kids out of the classroomEarly this week, more than a 150 sixth grade students from Floyd Dryden Middle School ventured into the woods on Montana Creek road to test their outdoor skills.