A downtown cleanup is set for July 25th, an effort to begin to tackle problems in Juneau’s core.
The Ketchikan School Board Wednesday night approved required background checks for volunteer chaperones on overnight school-sponsored trips.
AWARE's Mandy Cole says it’s emotional watching the acre of land being cleared.
Volunteers are learning how to shuck bivalves in preparation for the Third Annual OysterFest this weekend.
Three Alaska museums have received more than $142,000 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Juneau charity organization St. Vincent de Paul has a record high number of people staying in its transitional housing shelter.
Federal agents destroyed over 50 pounds of an explosive in Petersburg’s rock pit behind the community’s airport Wednesday afternoon.
A U.S. Senate bill requiring companies to cover birth control in employee healthcare plans failed a procedural vote yesterday.
A superior court judge has blocked a law restricting Medicaid payments for abortion from going into effect.
Lt. Kris Sell hopes witnesses who haven’t yet talked to the police will come forward.