Juneau police say a bear was struck by two vehicles on Glacier Highway near Jensine Street Thursday afternoon.
The Juneau Douglas High School tennis team is sending eight players to Anchorage for the tournament.
K3′s Scott Burton attended the October 9th performance of Mudrooms and produced this piece. Tune into KTOO on October 28 at 7pm for a full … more
The $10.5-million earmark has become a lightning rod because the city didn’t ask for it and many lawmakers thought the money was being used for other purposes.
The main groups working to help Alaskans sign up for marketplace insurance plans haven’t successfully enrolled anyone. One week after after the launch of the federally run health insurance marketplace, it’s still not operational.
In a split vote Monday, the Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly decided to sue the State of Alaska over school funding.
Alaska Native tribal governments are keeping their doors open, but worry about how long the federal government shutdown will go on.
Crystal Bourland’s full time job is helping people enroll in a health insurance plan under the new federal Affordable Care Act. Her first day on the job was Monday.
It hasn’t been an easy job to re-roof the old Treadwell pump house on Sandy Beach.
A Sitka seafood processor has recalled two-year’s worth of product, after a state inspection revealed that monitoring equipment had failed.