Police are looking for a 28-year-old Juneau woman, Alexis Ashley Ehlers, who vanished on Aug. 13;
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is criticizing President Trump for his comments following the neo-Nazi march on Charlottesville;
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says hundreds of Pacific walruses have begun coming ashore along Alaska’s northwest coast; and
Alaska Gov. Bill Walker sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking the Department of Justice to maintain a hands-off approach to marijuana enforcement.
In this newscast: Peter Pan Seafoods processing plant in Port Moller devastated by fire, Zachary Whisenhunt of Fairbanks convicted of murder in the death of Janessa Kempski, Ferry Tustamena back in service, and Haines Borough Assembly recall election is unsuccessful.
In this newscast: The filing deadline closes for Juneau Assembly candidates and all three incumbents will be challenged, Alaska’s U.S. senators get an online earful after expressing disgust at the hate and racism out of Charlottesville, Ketchikan beaches get flagged for high levels of wastewater and sewage pathogen, and a tent camper in Sitka gets a rude awakening from a bear.
In this newscast: The Bluejack gold mine in British Columbia near the controversial KSM mining complex begins operations NOAA researchers identify extremely rare whale species in the Bering Sea State ferry Tustumena returns to service after wasted steel took it…