Joshua David Burger is now convicted of felony first degree indecent exposure.
David J. Paul is accused of causing the death of Rian Orr.
This week’s edition includes a primer on collection and storage over the winter.
Alaska State Troopers say a woman was fatally shot by her male hunting partner as they looked for moose near the community of Dot Lake off the Alaska Highway.
Seven passenger jets were diverted to Fairbanks from Anchorage to avoid the high winds in Alaska’s largest city.
Some Juneau homeowners are seeing a huge spike in their fire insurance rates based on new industry estimates for how long it takes firefighters to respond to their homes.
“Stand Down” events are designed to provide services to veterans, especially homeless vets and vets in need. The Juneau event will feature information about VA services, as well as thirteen local nonprofits and Native groups.
A new grant program is encouraging Alaska school districts to buy produce and seafood grown in the state.
More than 3,100 students are enrolled at three University of Alaska Southeast campuses for the fall semester.
A group of Juneau residents continue to explore the possibility of starting a cooperative grocery store, despite last week’s announcement that Myers Group IGA will soon be anchor tenant in the Foodland Shopping Center.