The City and Borough of Juneau wants you to know the new garbage cans are not bear-resistant. The company agrees and says it will warn customers in upcoming bills.
Troopers say 60-year-old Keith Fuller received a warning more than a month ago not to leave food scraps unattended at a Sutherland Drive address.
The Federal Department of Education has given Alaska a waiver for one of the requirements created by the No Child Left Behind Act.
The Beluga calf, one of the first rescued baby Beluga whales in the country, has died.
An amateur sailor with no open-ocean experience embarked on a 1,200-mile trip across the Gulf of Alaska in a 24-foot sailboat in May. He was rescued last week from a beach on Akutan Island in the Aleutians and dropped off in Dutch Harbor, where he sought to tell his story.
Three people have been treated for inhalation of ammonia vapors leaking from a Seattle-based fishing vessel as it was docked in Alaska’s Dutch Harbor.
The hydraulic lift is capable of hoisting vessels up to 45-tons and 65-feet in length out of the water. It arrived at the Auke Bay Commercial Loading Facility on Friday, and is already attracting attention from passersby. But it’ll probably be another three months before it’s fully operational.
A sailboat that left Juneau in mid-May is high and dry on Akutan Island in the Aleutians. Her sailor apparently is trying to raise money to finish his trip.
Scott W. Eberhardt will be sentenced August 15th.
There’s a rare guest in the Mendenhall Lake this week. A seal was spotted Friday morning, cruising between the icebergs in the lake.