The uncertainty over leadership at Bartlett Regional Hospital could be resolved Tuesday.
After three months on patrol in Alaska’s Bering Sea, the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Sherman sailed into the home port of San Diego Thursday morning, delivering on the promise of being home for Christmas.
The Juneau Police Department is investigating the recent death of a Sitka man, who may have committed suicide.
Juneau Police are looking for the driver of a pickup truck that rolled onto its side and slammed into a power pole last night near Amalga Harbor.
New research shows northern Southeast Alaska’s sea otter population is growing slower than in the southern part of the region. But it’s still expanding, which continues to worry fishermen and divers.
Bail has been set at $20,000 for Kenneth Edward Nalan, accused of shooting a man at a party Tuesday night in Juneau.
A series of low pressure systems from the North Pacific have been hovering over Southeast Alaska this month, causing higher temperatures and rain.
The holidays are upon us and several local non-profits are looking for some elves to help Santa deliver a little Christmas cheer to area families. As Casey Kelly reports, it’s not too late to give.
Alaska’s Marine Highway System is asking the Legislature to budget $22 million for new fast ferry engines. But it may not use the money if a lawsuit against the shipbuilder succeeds.
In the past, the city had contracted with the League of Women Voters to do the budget survey. But the League’s proposed change in format from a telephone poll to a mail-out survey, and the desire to have results sooner caused the Assembly to go with the private, Juneau-based McDowell Group.