"Some of our people got scared of the daylight, ran into the forest. Some of our people hid behind the trees."
Lucy Potter has been the interim principal since the start of the school year.
Everything from the condition of the dogs, to the weather can change dramatically and quickly on the sea ice, and that has mushers scrutinizing their own decisions and those made by their fellow competitors.
A Medicaid reform bill has been filed in the Alaska Senate. Many Republican legislators have said reform of the state’s low-income health care program must happen before they accept federal dollars to expand it.
The tournament brings people from communities all over Southeast to the capital city.
The library's StoryCorps project will focus on Alaska Native educational experiences.
There hasn't been much movement on the leaderboard for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Thursday.
Mushers have been traveling this year’s Iditarod trail from Fairbanks with few complains, but after they left Tanana Wednesday, they found a slow, soft trail.
The new city and Juneau School District strategy for dealing with active threats is known as ALICE—Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate.
The Southeast Alaska Food Bank has doubled its inventory in recent years and is lacking the freezer space to preserve it all. The nonprofit hopes to expand its facilities on city-owned land to build additional storage.