In this newscast: The Juneau park under construction around the life-sized bronze whale sculpture gets named after the late Mayor Bill Overstreet, U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke makes up with Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski after she bucked the Republican party with her no vote on the health care bill, and a new police training facility nears completion in Birchwood.
In this newscast: Napaskiak man charged with murder in the death of an off-duty officer, Juneau Police arrest downtown liquor store suspect, Department of Revenue Commissioner Randall Hoffbeck resigns, and More tourists headed to Alaska next summer on cruise ships.
In this newscast: Juneau Mayor Ken Koelsch opposes the introduction and debate of a resolution in support of the Paris climate agreement, Gov. Bill Walker signs a capital budget redirects some of the money earmarked for the suspended Juneau Access Project, and local investors express interest in trying to buy AELP from its new Canadian parent company.
In this newscast: Lawmakers are scheduled to vote today on a capital budget that will include 20 million dollars in oil and gas tax credits. The latest updates on a Utah man that killed his wife aboard a cruise ship. President Donald Trump tweeted his dissatisfaction with U.S Sen.Lisa Murkowski over her healthcare vote.
Fish and Game is reopening the Juneau area summer personal use king crab fishery for the first time in six years; the Legislature is meeting in Juneau Thursday for a special session focusing on the capital budget and a Ketchikan man has been charged for the March murder of a local surgeon.
In this newscast: Juneau city engineers: no contaminated soil at burned Twin Lakes Playground site Sitka weighing proposals over community hospital’s future Coast Guard says it spent $311,000 searching for an Alaska man who faked his own disappearance Federal researchers…