AMHS to get eight new engines for Fairweather and Chenega.
The U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. has upheld the listing of polar bears as threatened.
State workers rally for fair contracts as Republican legislators call for no wage or benefit increases
About a hundred state workers held a rally outside the State Office Building in Juneau Thursday to show solidarity with union leaders negotiating new contracts.
John Marvin, Jr.’s attorney questioned whether Sgt. Anthony Wallace was actually performing his official duties
A proposed monument in Juneau to Japanese Americans interned during World War II got a big boost last weekend.
About 20 Juneau student musicians have raised $19,000 through street performances for an upcoming trip to China.
The State of Alaska and German engine builders say they’re close to an agreement
Justices say its possible that expert witness affidavits should have been considered in the civil suit against gun store owner Ray Coxe.
Updated: Alaska children’s author and long-time Juneau resident Jean Rogers has died. She was 93.
An Alaska Native leader and former lawmaker remained in the hospital Tuesday after suffering a heart attack Monday in Juneau.