Jonathon Hayward is being held on $200,000 bond for abusing a child over a two-year period
You can find out on Saturday when JPD holds a practice fitness test for the public at Thunder Mountain High School
Salmon Creek reservoir is still off line, so Juneau residents should continue to conserve water
The program purchases insurance for a select number of income eligible, qualified Alaska Natives, and pays all the monthly bills.
The founder of Girls on the Run, an after-school running program that empowers girls to be healthy, happy and confident, visited Juneau.
A 39-year-old Washington state woman is the first victim of the Denali climbing season
Moses was the longest-serving member of the House
About 13,000 Alaskans signed up for health insurance on healthcare.gov during the open enrollment period that closed March 31st.
A recent report called “The Sitka Community Food Assessment” reveals that our food system is vulnerable — especially to the unpredictable costs of fuel.
Thirty people testified on the Augustus Brown pool and a proposal to raise the mill rate