About 100 firefighters from Alaska are heading to the lower 48 to help fight wildfires.
Rain is in the forecast for the Fourth of July, but don’t let that dampen the fun. There is a ton of events and activities going on around downtown Juneau and on Douglas.
Juneau received 6.69 inches of rain in June. That beats the previous record of 6.22 inches in June 1996, according to the National Weather Service … more
The new CEO for Juneau’s Bartlett Regional Hospital doesn’t plan to make major changes right away. Chris Harff was named to the city-owned facility’s top post Friday by the hospital’s board of directors.
Shell is now training hundreds of workers to confront oil in icy waters. But for now, the training is taking place in the calm, ice-free waters far to the south, near the port of Valdez.
Juneau Police Chief Greg Browning says the investigation into last weekend’s deadly accident on Auke Lake may take weeks.
Capital Transit wants to hear from bus passengers on a proposal to provide bus service on Riverside Drive in the Mendenhall Valley.
David J. Paul was accused of hurting a baby so severely that she died from her injuries.
The president of the University of Alaska is proposing a 2 percent tuition increase for the 2013-14 school year.
The Rasmuson Foundation announced $9.6 million in funding for nonprofit projects in Alaska at its biannual meeting on Thursday, June 28.