No one was injured as the slide sent rock, dirt and vegetation tumbling from a mountainside above the dock.
With questions swirling about how the special election will play out, the Daily News spoke with candidates, elections officials and political insiders to help make sense of what comes next.
Juneau Animal Rescue is seeing more dogs than normal and fewer people adopting, said director Samantha Blankenship. Some people have told her they’re reluctant to adopt because of a shortage of veterinarians.
The ships will create opportunities for small business owners, wood carvers and other artisans, says the chief operations officer for Klawock Heenya.
The findings echo previous Alaska studies that found clear, race-based disparities affecting who gets COVID-19, who is hospitalized for it and who dies.
More and more Alaskans need help with food as prices spike at the gas pump and on grocery shelves, while pandemic relief dollars dry up, local providers say.
The increase in cash payments to Alaskans obliterates a previous plan to cover education funding for the 2024 fiscal year, in addition to the upcoming 2023 fiscal year.
During ANSEP’s career exploration week, high school students helped create a 3D scan of the fragile Lingít robe.
The Alaska Supreme Court decision means some scholarships do not have a dedicated funding source, but an effort by the Legislature may reinstate a separate account.
The removal comes after years of altercations between Eastman and fellow lawmakers.