The Juneau Police Department says "hawking" — an aggressive form of commercial sidewalk solicitation — is on the rise.
Alaska Housing Finance Corp. offers a variety of loan and rebate programs aimed at upgrading the state's aging housing stock.
Anchorage Rep. Geran Tarr concedes there is no clear consensus about whether eating genetically-modified foods is harmful, but she’s not taking any chances. House Bill 92 aims to help GMO-cautious consumers identify which foods in Alaska have been genetically engineered.
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.
The Alaska Youth for Environmental Action awards go to Reps. Andy Josephson, Charisse Millett, Les Gara and Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins.
Cruise lines that sail Alaska waters are installing new pollution-control equipment. Scrubbers are aimed at clearing the air — and meeting new regulations. But it’s also dodging some stronger, more expensive measures.
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.
Maeva Ordaz is the Alaska state Poetry Out Loud champion for the second year in a row.