Ashwin Kiran was visiting Juneau in February when he noticed something was missing from the local entertainment scene. “Why are there no strip clubs in Juneau?” he wondered aloud.
In this newscast: A natural gas leak in Cook Inlet has finally been repaired, Alaska Airlines is expanding and updating infrastructure in the state, and city officials have voted to keep commercial marijuana out of Soldotna.
In this newscast: Cost-cutting at the City and Borough of Juneau could mean closing the Juneau-Douglas City Museum, U.S. Rep. Don Young is sponsoring a bill that could give Alaska thousands of square miles of a national forest for uses such as logging, and Senator Gary Stevens is the new chair of the Senate Education…
In this newscast: The 86-lot Pederson Hill subdivision was approved by a key committee of the Juneau Assembly, Hilcorp Alaska, LLC says dive crews have located the leak in Cook Inlet, the Alaska House narrowly passed an overhaul of Alaska’s oil tax and credit system, and experts weigh in on why Chinese President Xi Jinping paid…
Of the class of 2005, 37 percent went on to finish college within 10 years. That’s for two-year or four-year degrees.
In this newscast: A school shooting occurred this morning in San Bernadino, California, The first woman president of the Alaska State Senate has died, Rep. Louise Stutes is trying to save the Kodiak Seafood & Marine Science Center, and There is construction in downtown Juneau and along Egan Dr. today.
Geri Fox from Alaska’s Department of Corrections attended a special meeting of the Douglas Island Neighborhood Association Tuesday evening to assuage fears and offer clarification about a rumored “pre-trial facility.”
University of Alaska assistant professor Mique’l Dangeli tells a very different version of the founding of Metlakatla, a community in the Annette Islands Reserve, Alaska’s only reservation.
In this newscast: President Donald Trump signed legislation siding with Alaska’s request for predator control on federal wildlife refuges, Alaska marijuana regulators are expected to resume debate over onsite consumption, A company that sought to develop a major coal mine 45 miles (southwest of Anchorage has suspended applications for state permits, and Fairbanks police…
In this newscast: An update on the oil spill in Cook Inlet that was first reported on Saturday, and Alaska owes public workers more in pensions than it has in assets.